A caravan holiday is usually a great way to treat yourself to a break without spending too much money.
But not all caravans are created equal – and the Kabe Imperial Tower, which costs around £100,000 and has two floors, is certainly not budget.
Swedish company Kabe makes luxury motorhomes and caravans, and the creation of the Imperial Tower was one of their more outlandish experiments.
The two-storey house on wheels was actually a PR stunt first shown at the Royal Tower in 2007, but it generated so much interest that it was then considered for production.
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The Kaiserturm is a two-axis tower with an incredible length of 9.7 meters and a height of 4.5 meters.
Inside, it’s finished in luxurious leather and wood, with a comfortable wrap-around lounge at the front, but you can also outfit it in a variety of finishes.
On the ground floor you will also find a dining area and a fully equipped kitchen with a large stove and sink.
At the rear is the bathroom with walk-in shower and the bedroom, which can have twin beds or a double bed island.
A staircase on the second floor leads to a second lounge with another huge sofa.
A door then leads onto a terrace which can be used for dining or sunbathing in the warmer months.
Unfortunately, despite another attempt in 2017, the Kabe Imperial Tower never went into production.
It is reported that a price tag of around £100,000 and stability issues due to its height ultimately stalled the project.
Today, Kabe offers a range of luxury caravans called Royal and Imperial, but all are single deck vans.