TOP-NOTCH GERMAN brand Niesmann+Bischoff is focusing its efforts for 2021 on the new iSmove range. Available either as a 6.99m-long fixed-single-beds layout, or a 7.3m-long island-bed version (but with a possible 2952 interior variations) this is, in effect, an A-class version of the Fiat-based Smove low-profile, which the firm launched a few years ago to attract a younger audience.
Its many innovations include a kitchen shelf column that disappears, an anthracite ceiling with felt walls, no window on the door, a rotating rear travel seat that turns into a side settee, and a washroom with a partition that slides to reveal the shower.
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