Japanese company Bess has introduced a motorhome trailer called Imago Iter. It differs from all analogues in that it is an ordinary house made of wood and glass, and also put on wheels.
In the demo, Imago Iter is being towed by a Land Rover Defender SUV. The car itself is large and also lifted. But even against its background, the Japanese camper looks very large. Its dimensions are as follows: 3.5 meters – in height, taking into account the wheels, 3.2 meters – in length and 2 meters is its width. The internal height of the dwelling reaches 2.4 meters.
The second feature of the Imago Iter camper is the complete absence of the usual amenities for such vehicles. So, the novelty is one spacious room with a large glass area. It has wardrobes, chests of drawers, hangers, and a bed, but there is no kitchen, no bathroom, no shower. It is not clear how it is planned to establish an elementary life away from civilization.
It is noted that Imago Iter has walls 70 mm thick, and they are made of cedar. The roof of a camper can be of two types. Depending on the performance, Imago Iter costs about 30,400 and 36,000 dollars in Japan.