Equipped with a full-size bathroom, a kitchenette, a retractable rear deck and modular furniture, the Caravisio is basically a luxury studio apartment. There's a ceiling-mounted projector for movie nights and the glass rear doors can be tinted to appear frosted over, creating a built-in movie screen. There's also a touchscreen water management system, as well as a pair of pedal/electric-powered bikes which charge as you drive. Once you're parked, you can unlock the doors via fingerprint scanner.
To top it all off, all of this futuristic caravan's many systems can be controlled via smartphone app. It's enough to get us on our feet and scrambling for our credit cards. But that's where the bad news kicks in. Cool as it is, Tabbert doesn't have any plans for mass-producing the Caravisio. All we can do is wait with bated breath for him to reconsider.