In southwestern France is a company called Beauer, which manufactures extendable caravans. You've probably seen "slide-outs" on RVs before, but in this case the slide-out triples the square footage:
My French isn't great, but in the first part of the video he's saying this is the new generation of their product line, more comfortable, more customizable than previous iterations. In the second half of the video he loses me, but I'm 99% sure he's commenting on American politics since that seems to be all anyone can talk about these days.
Here's a longer, unnarrated and unedited video that gives you a good look at the interior and its features:
They're also working on this big-ass model, below, which should be ready by 2018.
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I don't think they were talking about politics. There is a feature on youtube that auto-translates. It's not the best of course but it's nicer than thinking it's about politics. (They were talking about the markets in Canada and America.)
Seems like a great space saver. I don't care for the fact that you can't get inside without expanding it. You'd have to move it to an area that had enough space to expand it out just to get inside. Also, what happens if the battery dies?