Don’t Call It Camping, This Vehicle Can Become A Luxury Apartment As If It Were A Transformer

If you think that a camping trip is an uncomfortable situation, where comfort is reduced to the essentials, we are sure that the vehicle we are about to show you will change your mind.

It is called Maxus Life Home V90 Villa Edition and it would be rather simplistic to call it a ” camper “. This vehicle can be compared to a small luxury house on wheels, full of innovative ideas. One of them? Its walls and roof are not just blankets at all, but movable and extendable parts that allow the motorhome to expand its space, almost as if it were some kind of “Transformer” .


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Robotics in recent years has made great strides: evidence is before our eyes every day. Compared to just a few years ago, today it is possible to design and build even what was unthinkable before. The designers of Maxus Life, a vehicle developed by SAIC Motor, the Chinese automaker considered the third largest auto producer group in the Asian country, know a thing or two.


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The V90 Villa Edition is not one of those bulky, long, and uncomfortable campers to carry. On the contrary, this is where its strength lies: from its contained dimensions when in operation, it can expand into a comfortable and luxurious space of around 65 square meters. Parked, of course, and using its sliding parts.


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Its roof rises and extends to create a veranda placed high as if it were on the second floor of the motorhome. And this is not a standard motorhome awning, but a real bedroom, with a small balcony. But the innovations of this Maxus Life do not stop there.


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To get to the second floor, passengers have a small but efficient lift, never seen in a motorhome.


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It is almost unnecessary to add that everything is enriched with first-class accessories, electronics, comforts, and entertainment, designed and manufactured to create a “premium” environment.


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There’s just about everything, except, unfortunately, one thing that would have made the V90 nearly perfect: solar panels. Beyond the ecological aspect which has been neglected, the addition of such devices would have allowed the owners of this vehicle to achieve significant energy and cost savings. For some, however, this saving maybe a negligible aspect, especially if you’re willing to shell out over $ 340,000 to buy it …


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An amount that is certainly not within everyone’s reach, which makes this camper-Transformer a real luxury for few chosen ones. What do you think? Would you give yourself such a gift if you had the chance?


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source used : Motortrend

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