If you are a sucker for yachts but feel paranoid by the idea of stepping into the ocean you need not worry anymore. Dembell Motorhome comes to your rescue with its uniquely designed land yacht, which mainly serves as a roadrunner. The Dembell Land Yacht is more than just a tiny house on wheels or an RV – it offers much more!
Inspired by racing transporters, Dembell Motorhome is a three-axle Mercedes Actros truck that serves as the base vehicle. Dembell offers up to three expansion slide-outs for increasing interior floor space and is equipped with a side package room, a small garage and another large garage to accommodate your motorbike or Ferrari California with ease.
The user can either choose a model with two slide-outs that expands at the lounge and kitchen or can go with three slide-outs that include an expansion in the bedroom as well. The interior of the yacht is designed to perfection by an Italian team of designers.
Dembell’s individual rooms spread out behind semi-transparent glass doors, hardwood floors blending cleanly into matching walls. The bedroom features a queen-sized bed allowing owners to host overnight stay.
In addition, the interior is embellished with attractive furniture choices with the likes of director-style folding dining chairs, wall sconces, a ceramic toilet and a vessel sink. Ambient lighting, stone bathroom trim and leather sofa upholstery add to the overall aesthetic of the motor home interior. The motorhome accommodates the driver and three passengers in air-conditioned captain’s seats with spring suspension and massage function added.
Apart from basic facilities, the motorhome also provides an induction cooktop, oven, 224-L refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave. 50 and 55-inch TVs come neatly mounted to the living area and master bedroom walls.
The Dembell motorhome supports residents during long jaunts with a roof-mounted solar array, onboard generator and 1,000-L freshwater tank. A combination of under-floor and radiator heat keeps things warm in crisp weather. The motorhome measures around 6.3 x 3.5m and will be up for display at the Düsseldorf Caravan Salon fest.
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