For over a decade, the Romotow T8 from W2 has been one of the world’s most fantastical camper designs, captivating both hardcore RVers and devout non-campers, according to reporting by C.C. Weiss at NewAtlas.com.
The design became a retail reality earlier this year, a feat that once seemed rather unlikely. Sadly, at around $270,000, the launch T8 wasn’t a reality for the average observer anxiously awaiting its debut. Romotow is doing what it can to broaden the market for its expandable caravan, splitting the T8 into a three-model lineup that now includes an entry-level shell for the most affordable buy-in and an Ultimate flagship for the most luxurious glamping experience.
While W2’s original floor plan is certainly functional and attractive enough, it’s really the caravan’s flash-drive-like swing-out expansion and outdoor deck that set it worlds apart from the average towable RV. So it’s good to see the company playing with different layouts and packages, particularly a Shell version that lets buyers furnish it themselves.
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