Europe’s LONGEST caravan is ‘better than a mega yacht’ as sneak peak at incredible hidden features revealed

EUROPE’S longest caravan boasts incredible hidden features which fans say makes it “better than a mega yacht”.

Swedish caravan company Kabe have released the Imperial Hacienda 1000 – which has a whopping 279.8 square ft of living space.

Kabe have released the longest caravan in Europe


Kabe have released the longest caravan in EuropeCredit:
It boasts some incredible hidden features


It boasts some incredible hidden featuresCredit:
Fans say its better than a mega yacht


Fans say its better than a mega yachtCredit:

The Imperial is a twin-axle that’s an incredible 11.6 metres long and 2.78 meters high.

Inside, it’s fitted with luxurious leather and wood and features a comfy wraparound lounge at the front, although you can spec it in different layouts.

Kabe’s website boasts: “Our Imperial series is a collection of models in the absolute premium segment of caravans. 

“Eye-catching smooth, high gloss panels with exclusive 3D graphics on the outside and an interior with luxury in every aspect. 

“If you want only the very best, KABE Imperial is the right choice for you.”

The caravan’s lighting and temperature are controlled by smart control panel monitors inside the home. 

However, the motorhome comes with a huge price tag. The models start at about £105,160.

And despite the luxury of the caravan, potential buyers have taken to social media to share their concerns.

One person wrote: “Struggling to think of a car that could tow this!! 

“And impressive though it is, I can’t see it being the most practical thing to manoeuvre, especially on narrow roads such as we have here in the UK.”

Another added: “At this price point I expected a swimming pool, a billiard room, a horse stable, a helicopter pad and a rocket launcher.”

It comes as Jenson Button’s former motorhome was on sale at a bargain £85,000.

Dubbed “The Icon”, the Newel motorhome was originally owned by Formula 1 legend Jacques Villeneuve.

It was designed and built specifically for the Canadian in 1998, a year after he had won the Formula 1 world championship.


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