Niesmann+Bischoff Flair 830LE
Niesmann+Bischoff has produced a version of its Flair which is the smallest to date although at 8.3 metres and with a permitted total weight of up to 7.49 tonnes, it is still very long.
Company spokesperson Cecile Rouesne takes us around. It features the L-shaped seating group and two single beds arranged lengthways at the rear.
“The single beds are an important factor here. Prospective buyers frequently asked which Flair could offer the shortest layout with this bed variation – and now we present the answer with the Flair 830 LE,” explains Hubert Brandl, Managing Director of Niesmann+Bischoff. The large shower, the free standing washbasin and additional storage space under the bed all indicate the economical use of space. Brandl: “One particular feature of the vehicle is the small overhang – thanks to an extended wheelbase on the Iveco Daily Chassis measuring 4.55 metres instead of 4.35 metres. This greatly improves driving comfort. At the same time, this layout features the standard large rear garage as on the 920 Flair models.”