With roots that must go into yachting, the definitely futuristic and definitely not available travel trailer (for lack of a better term) turns much of what RV manufacturers think, upside down.
No side door, enter through a spoiler-covered rear entry deck. The nose? Definitely aerodynamic. No big queen bed, think a bow-area boat cabin bed – V shaped – to allow doing away with a fifth-wheel-like "end cap" and in its place, that sheer V-nose.
Don't think you'll be cramped: There's more room in the bathroom than many high-line motorhomes offer. The rig's roof rolls up in camp, down for road touring.
Who builds it? Well, change your tense: Who built it. The concept comes from German builder Knaus Tabbert, but the actual execution was a collaborative effort of 20 different companies who put their own expertise into this futuristic rig. And no, there are no plans to mass-produce, or even produce any more, of this fascinating rig. Check out the video.