German motorhome maker Hymer presented a concept named Galileo that contends autonomous technology will make motels old in a far off future. The square-shaped, glass-walled configuration study drives itself so its tenants can appreciate the view without expecting to watch out for the street ahead, and get an entire night's rest ceaselessly when they're ready to call it a day.

All things considered, Hymer's Galileo looks a great deal like the many box-shaped concept transports we've seen at significant auto and tech appears as of late. It has the extents of a toaster oven, sliding side doors, and wheels pushed as far out as possible. Or you can say it's very city bus-like. This setup bodes well here than it does in urban-dwelling Robo-taxis since it enabled designers to make a liberally measured living space inside a moderately little footprint.

The Galileo concept rides on a skateboard chassis that incorporates the battery pack, the electric engines, electronic segments, and basic parts. Hymer clarified this setup enables it to fabricate a wide scope of motorhomes on one fundamental platform. The chassis can oblige a two-person accommodation on wheels, or a family-accommodating snow chalet with bunk beds— in any event hypothetically. It's as yet a concept at this stage and one that exists exclusively in computer-generated images. That is the reason its greatest driving range and other specialized details haven't been released at this point.

While Hymer has just fiddled with autonomous technology, there's no sign it intends to reveal a Galileo-like motorhome in the coming years. The idea simply find out what trekking over a mainland may resemble in the year 2030 if self-driving tech advances at a quick pace and if regulations keep up. The VisionVenture camper disclosed by the firm in September 2019 gives a substantially more reasonable insight into how the motorhome segment will advance during the 2020s.