Modern composite materials have become the norm in automobile construction, from the fiberglass Corvette in 1953 to carbon fiber in everyday passenger cars now. But Holzmobil is looking back to one of the most traditional construction materials in history — wood — for its latest line of motorhomes. Coming full-circle to the woody station wagons of the '40s and '50s, Holzmobil's MAN TGE-based campers are constructed of German-sourced sustainable wood from floor to ceiling and give up nothing in terms of quality to composites. The result is one of the warmest, intimate settings you'll find outside of a cabin nestled in a remote forest — minus the fireplace. You won't lack for amenities like a refrigerator, cooktop, bathroom, or copious amounts of outlets for your devices.The roof is designed to allow moisture out, and the finish prevents warping or other temperature-related problems.