IoCamper startup proposes a foldable car home for travelers
Hungarian startup company IoCamper has come up with a curious offer for those who like to live on the road. Instead of booking hotels or camping, you may opt for a portable car home that fits into a van or even an estate car.
The standard dimensions of the module are 2.5x1.3x1.7 meters (8.2x4.3x5.6 ft.). The company plans to begin releasing modules with variable dimensions later on.
Surprisingly enough, the camper add-on includes a climate control unit, a small kitchen, a huge 23-inch infotainment screen and four beds. When stationary, it can be plugged in to water and electricity mains. Power can also be gained from solar panels.
The only problem we can see with this project is that, even when folded, the module manages to take up the entire passenger space of a car, thus limiting its applicability.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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