With the RV lifestyle arguably as popular as it’s ever been in the United States, you might wonder if the rest of the world is as interested in RVs as Americans.
Concept Caravans is an Australian company that makes a range of caravans (trailers) for their local market.
The company says that it normally takes around 5 days of work to construct one of their campers from scratch. This time-lapse video shows you the entire process in only 5 minutes!
It’s interesting that Concept Caravans doesn’t use an assembly line approach in building their campers. The trailer remains in the same place for the duration of the build, with different workers installing the various interior and exterior finishes. I wonder if this process has a positive effect on the quality or durability of the trailer?