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The interior focuses on the realisation of a flexible living space concept. The inside equipment is characterised by structural furniture elements (frames) which, apart from additional body stabilisation, also provide the structure for the individual user-selectable modules. The fixed installed components are the kitchen module at the vehicle centre, the side board on the opposite side, a cross-tray in the roof area of the vehicle front, the seat group that is located below this tray, and a bed in the rear. The benches and the central table can be converted into a bed for two persons. The space beneath the benches can be fitted with conventional plastic boxes. The beds can be set in different positions (2 beds/stowage/sofa). The textile cabinets, which can be closed with zippers, can be easily fixed between the frames.
Knaus Tabbert Group
müller / romca Industrial Design
Wilhelm v. Bodelschwingh, Heiko Bachmann, Martin Jahnke