iSmove Motorhome Practically Transforms, Maximizing Usable Space
The main selling point of motorhomes is usable space, which gives you comfort that goes hand in hand with your freedom to go anywhere. What if you could combine the luxury of a transforming space with a sleek premium design?
This is what Niesmann + Bischoff offers with its latest product, the iSmove motorhome from Germany. With seven patent models currently pending, there are several innovations inside this European motorhome – things you would normally find in concept vehicles.
There isn’t much to say about the exterior of the iSmove. It’s a camper van that looks like a minibus, and a boxy one moreover, built on a Fiat Ducato. Inside, that’s where it gets interesting, starting with the iSmove’s retractable walls and cabinets. These also retract electronically.
Visually, you’ll get a dark-themed charcoal headliner paired with optional felt walls, giving an upscale vibe 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 spaces, they are integrated into the walls cleverly hiding them from view of all.
Other features of the iSmove are its kitchen, which can be transformed in several ways, as well as the lift bed and the state-of-the-art bathroom that combines two rooms into one.
It’s actually hard to describe the transformations in words, so I suggest you watch the video at the top of this page to get a full view of what the iSmove has to offer.
As for pricing, the iSmove motorhome starts at 90,870 euros, or around $ 107,000 with current exchange rates. There are several options, however, so those who want to get the most out of their iSmove would spend more.