Maxus V90 2-Story Camper

Enjoy more space and better views with the high-rising SAIC Maxus V90 Life Home Villa Edition
Enjoy more space and better views with the high-rising SAIC Maxus V90 Life Home Villa Edition
SAIC Maxus

A very different style of Asian RV to the tiny Japanese and Korean mini-campers that inspire endless wanderlust, the SAIC Maxus Life Home V90 Villa Edition lives considerably larger. That’s thanks to a pair of slide-outs widening the first floor and a pop-up, full-height glass-encased second story served by its own elevator. Smart tech and clean, sharp aesthetics, inside and out, team to put the finishing touches on a stylish mobile domicile that lives as comfortably as a townhome … with a price to match.

Not long after we looked at the much humbler Maxus RG20 pop-up camper van, SAIC Maxus went nuclear with one of the more astounding RV designs we’ve seen in recent years. It revealed the Life Home V90 Villa Edition at a premiere event last October to show the possibilities of its customization program. The large, cutting-edge Class C motorhome serves as something of an aspirational flagship of its RV family.

The Villa Edition initially caught our eye with its large pop-up glasshouse, not to mention the small attached balcony over the driver cab. We’re not sure we’d want to spend long days motoring all the Villa Edition’s weight up and down mountains, and certainly not through snow or mud, but it does make for a gorgeous living space once it plants temporary roots at camp.

The Villa Edition has sharp lighting and illuminated badges to match its colorful exterior

The Villa Edition has sharp lighting and illuminated badges to match its colorful exterior
SAIC Maxus

In contrast to larger two-story on-road and off-road Class A motorhomes, SAIC Maxus integrates its standing-height pop-up second floor rather neatly into a Class C alcove configuration, using split window walls that fold in half below the oversized roof. Maxus has semi-successfully styled around the roof’s huge size with a smoothed-over, aeronautical-inspired construction, but that bulging forehead is still pretty hard to overlook.

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