iSmove Motorhome or cool convertible motorhomeSeptember 13, 2020
This unique mobile home, which was created by the guys from the German company Niesmann + Bischoff, received several innovative features. Outwardly, the caravan looks quite ordinary.
The main advantage of RVs is the usable space that you can use as a living area and still drive wherever you want. “What if you can combine the luxury of a transforming space with a clean premium design?” – this is exactly what the press release for the motorhome, which will be discussed in this article, says.
This is what Niesmann + Bischoff offers with its latest product, the iSmove RV. There are some interesting innovations in this European motorhome.
There is not much to say about the appearance of iSmove. This is a van, similar to a minibus, and quite voluminous, built on the basis of the Fiat Ducato.
There are a lot of interesting things inside, starting with pull-out walls and cabinets. They can be removed thanks to electric drives.
Visually, you get a dark anthracite headliner combined with additional felt walls that add a premium ambience to the entire cabin. You will also notice that the doors are windowless, which Niesmann + Bischoff wants to keep for a seamless door design. As for the “storage” premises, they are built into the walls, skillfully hiding them in plain sight.
Other best features of iSmove are the kitchen, which can be transformed in several ways, as well as a lift bed and a modern bathroom that merges two rooms into one.
In terms of prices, the iSmove RV costs at least € 90,870
Not so long ago, we wrote that this Sprinter Expedition motorhome is great for off-roading. The owners of the German van Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 170 ext decided to turn it into an off-road motorhome. The car has a very brutal appearance and a rather cozy, almost homely interior.
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