LIXIL And KWORKS Launch Innovative RV: Mio Space

Lixil and Kworks announced a collaboration to develop a new RV called Mio Space. The RV is designed to be used year-round and is equipped with a variety of features that make it ideal for both indoor and outdoor use.

Mio Space is equipped with a variety of features that make it ideal for both indoor and outdoor use, including:

  • Lightweight and compact design: Mio Space is designed to be easy to tow and maneuver, even on Japanese roads and residential sites.
  • Changeable interior: The interior of Mio Space can be freely changed according to the scene, making it ideal for a variety of uses, such as a home office, a hobby space, or a guest room.
  • Open design: The interior of Mio Space opens up to the outdoors, creating a sense of spaciousness and connection to nature.

Mio Space is scheduled to go on pre-sale in Japan in the summer of 2024. The price has not yet been announced. We hope it will make its way to the USA one day. 

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