This Double-Decker Luxury Camper Has a Built-In Elevator and Space for a Yoga Studio

When camper makers want to add space to a trailer, the solution is usually the same: they extend it. However, a Chinese automaker is taking a decidedly different approach to solving this mystery. Instead of adding a second axis, the SAIC Maxus adds a second level.
The Life Home V90 Villa Edition is a double-decker motorhome that, when fully expanded, offers two floors of living space. Thanks to a fold-out second level, the camper offers space for the standard kitchen, entertainment and sleeping areas as well as a bar and a Zen tea room.
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Pop-up roofs are nothing new, of course, but we've never seen an entire level of pop-up like the Villa Edition's. Although it looks like your normal, everyday RV in drive mode, its oversized roof area hides a glazed second floor that can be expanded to full height with the push of a button. The upper area can be reached via a small elevator and was designed with peace and relaxation in mind. It offers an almost unrestricted view of your surroundings. At 133 square feet, it's smaller than the lower level, but there's more than enough space to convert the space into a tea room or yoga area. There's also a walk-in balcony above the cab if you need some air upstairs.
However, this is not the only way to open the SAIC Maxus motorhome. The main living area has pull-outs on the driver's and passenger's side to make the already spacious living area even larger. When the lower level is fully expanded, it measures 21 square meters and offers ample space for a fully equipped kitchen and spacious living area separated by a bar. The main sleeping area is in the alcove above the driver's cab and it looks like both the first floor entertainment area and the entire second floor could be remodeled if necessary. A bathroom and shower are at the rear. Other features include adjustable LED lighting, a JBL sound system, connections for a television or projector, a washing machine and air conditioning.
If you have the Villa Edition in mind, you will unfortunately have to wait a long time. SAIC Maxus is currently only selling its RVs in China, and it is unclear if that will change anytime soon. Should the RV ever land in the US (and we hope it does), the Villa Edition reportedly starts at 2.68M CNY, or around $ 413,000 on the current exchange.
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