Europe's first slideable Inos Caravan is the best home away from home

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Love to carry all the luxuries of your home wherever you go? So, why should traveling be an excuse to delete comfort from your life? If this is what you think, then the Inos caravan designed by the Fifth Wheel Company will make sure your travel time becomes a treat and coated with comfort. Caravans have always added a streak of royalty in the lives of people who own them. They may vary in the kind of comfort they provide, but sure are a great thing to possess.

The Inos Caravan yells lavishness with features that will leave you in awe. This caravan will grow in size if you want, thanks to its slide-out trailer. At a push of a button, the living space will extend by three meters, hence creating more room in an innovative manner. The Inos is Europe’s first Caravan that has this slide-out option giving its users more space to enjoy and relax. The façade is wood free and has 4 panel vacuum bonded body panels. The GRP construction makes sure that it is dent-resistant. The roof lights are electrically operated and the whole caravan moves on 14” alloy wheels.

Though it looks simple from the outside, the interiors, however, are anything but plain. The Caravan comes wedged with beautiful LED lights placed in a fashionable manner, while the whole thing has been given striking Italian walnut-finished furnishings. It has headroom of 2 meters and under floor heating. Be doubly sure that you will be safe inside the caravan as it has high security locks on all doors which won’t let anyone come inside easily. The room that comes fitted with cupboards will give you the luxury of an island bed while the kitchen has HPL worktops that make it scratch and wear resistant. The windows come fitted with Horrex Black out blinds and fly screens. The Inos Caravan comes with a starting price tag of £36,000 ($57,750).

The lavish interiors of this caravan will make sure that you travel with all the magnificence intact, and hence, carry the comfort of your dwellings on the road as well.

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