Tiny Camper Telescopically Expands to 3X its Size!

Trevor English

If you love camping, but hate sleeping on the ground, then you have probably considered purchasing a camping trailer or mobile home that you can pull behind your car. The problem is, when they are not in use, they take up a lot of space, and can be bulky to maneuver. Many campers on the market are expandable, but nothing quite like this one. The BeauEr 3X can expand like a telescope from its closed position to enough room for a bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen in just about 20 seconds!


The interior of the camper is designed to fit inside itself in order to maintain its small stowing capabilities. Closed, the portable structure measures 2 by 2.5 meters, matching most tow vehicles. This camper offers up the space-saving function of many pop-up campers with the space and feel of a much more rigid RV.

The kitchen has everything you would ever need to cook your best camping meal. With a 2 burner stove, a sink, and a fridge, camping may become a little more like staying in a tiny hotel room.

outside expand camper trailer[Image Source: BeauEr]

The design has currently been released in France, but the company behind the project is hoping to bring their product to the rest of the world later next year. Part of what makes this camper so unique is the way it expands. The telescoping ability means that the ratio between assembled and stowed is almost 3:1, beating out every other camper design.

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Interior of expandable camper[Image Source: BeauEr]

The interior feels pretty nice, and it doesn't match the antique floral patterns seen in many other outdoor living spaces. The sleek modern design allows it to feel more like a home away from home rather than a disappointing camper van. The real question that needs to be asked then is, what's the point of camping if you live in a space like this? Don't get me wrong, this camper looks awesome, but there's something to be said to spending a night under the stars.

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