This is the smallest caravan in the world. It is only 1.5 m high and has a bed, a kettle and a bar.
The tiny mobile home was built to help people queuing on crowded sidewalks to attend the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2011.
Insurance company ETA has teamed up with designer Yannick Read to develop the space-saving vehicle called QTvan just in time for the royal occasion.
In 2014, it was entered into the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s smallest towable campervan.
It retails for £5,000 and comes with a single bed, some bookshelves, an alarm clock, a minibar and a 19-inch TV.
Of course there is also a kettle so you can make a beer in the wilderness or in the mall.
Optional extras include solar panels, a satellite dish and a games console to make long winter nights a little more enjoyable.
For a fee, customers can even have central heating installed.
Perhaps best of all, you don’t even need a car to own one as it can be towed behind an electric scooter.
The electric four-wheeler has a range of 29 miles, but official guidelines say it cannot be driven further than 9 miles per day.
Not that you’ll want to take it on long rides, as mobility scooters have a speed limit of 8 mph on roads and 5 mph on sidewalks or other footpaths.
However, it is legal to ride on the sidewalk and actually walk with you to the supermarket.
In a video on the Guinness World Records YouTube channel, Mr Read said: “The QTvan is absolutely tiny but has many of the features you would find in a full-sized caravan.”
“[It] takes its name from three particular British obsessions: queuing, drinking tea and caravanning.
“It can be towed with either an electric scooter or a bicycle.
“People of all ages stop and stare and laugh… that’s one of the main selling points is that it makes people smile.”
He added that he designed the van based on vintage engines from the 1940s while trying to keep it as small as possible.
Social media commentators loved the little vehicle.
One wrote: “This is great.”
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Another added: “Why don’t we fund this?”
And a third said: “I would love to get one of these.”