With the lifting of pandemic restrictions in several parts of the world, many are excited to be as far from home as possible, prompting renewed interest in leisure vehicles. Therefore, the motorhome industry is starting to offer real luxury houses on wheels, with amenities that make them look more like expensive hotel rooms than just an alternative to tents.
Back in February, we watched with admiration as a Chinese company revealed a motorhome with an entire second floor which rose automatically from the roof, accessible by a small elevator (it was not really accessible) but only to those who were willing to shell out over $ 400,000. But with a lot As the world has adapted to working from home over the past year or so, we’re starting to see another trend in RVs and trailers: the addition of office space. A few months ago Airstream debuted new floor plan option for its Flying Cloud 30FB trailer which included a small desk in a back corner, allowing vacationers to stay on top of their work, or to do their work from home in a more exotic location, like the shores of an idyllic lake.
This is what the Franco-German motorhome manufacturer promises with its new Bürstner Lyseo Gallery motorhome concept that it is production start-up project in 2022. The ground floor of the Lyseo Gallery includes the usual amenities of a well-equipped motorhome, including a small dining room with a bench that wraps around the table, a kitchenette and a bathroom. spacious bathroom in the back.
Once the vehicle reaches its destination, at the push of a button, an integrated air compressor comes to life and begins to inflate a series of wall chambers that lift the roof area above the RV cabin to create a second floor area that has a small desk so that it can be used as a somewhat isolated desk, as well as enough room for a mattress to sleep. The inflatable walls make it easy to convert and also provide excellent insulation.
The inflation process takes just 90 seconds and sensors continuously monitor the pressure in the walls and automatically restart the air pump to ensure they remain fully inflated and rigid so the roof never begins to sag. . Bürstner also promises that if the reinforced material of the wall is accidentally punctured, it is designed with a special structure with multiple chambers that ensure that a leak will not cause the roof to suddenly collapse on someone trying to clear some e- mails.
Price details for Galerie Lyseo are not yet known as Bürstner has not put it into production., but don’t expect this to be a cheap way to see the country given the other amenities inside. Despite the compact size of the kitchen, it still has a full-size arched faucet, sink with a built-in dryer, pop-up coffee maker, and a combination gas and induction cooktop with an extractor fan. fan that rises off the counter when it’s time to cook. It’s a camping experience that isn’t exactly hard, but since we’ve all spent the last year fighting over toilet paper and struggling to cut our hair, who really wants to keep bullying her?