Since the Hymermobil B-Class was launched in 1981, it has stood for discerning requirements in motorhoming and is now synonymous with integrated motorhomes. The new B-Class SupremeLine on a Fiat Ducato chassis now combines the know-how from the last few decades of leisure vehicle construction and is the first model range from HYMER to be built on the new and unique SLC chassis design. The premium manufacturer from Bad Waldsee has specially developed the new chassis for the B-Class SupremeLine. The SLC chassis is characterised in particular by its independent wheel suspension, the innovative chassis technology, its enhanced usability thanks to the spacious double floor, as well as its lightweight construction. Thanks to the low dead weight of the chassis, the motorhomes offer higher payload reserves and considerably greater loading flexibility as a result. The independent wheel suspension and a lower centre of gravity ensure perfect roadholding characteristics. The larger double floor provides space for installations, tanks, all of the electronics and even the heating system. In addition, the smooth underbody optimises the aerodynamics of the vehicle. The double floor also features a spacious through-loading compartment. Compared to conventional designs, the SLC chassis increases the total usable storage space by up to 400 per cent. For the bodywork of the 7.39 metre-long B-Class SupremeLine 674, HYMER is reverting to its tried-and-tested PUAL technology, which is completely wood-free and without thermal bridges due to the aluminium outer and inner skin, as well as the bonding of the individual components. As a result, HYMER is offering its customers one of the leading body shell designs in the industry, ensuring high insulation values, stability and durability.
Elegant and modern: the Hymermobil B-Class SupremeLine 674
The B-Class SupremeLine boasts a modern exterior and an elegant interior design. The redesigned front section provides the vehicle with a unique appearance, without forsaking the characteristic features of a HYMER vehicle. When designing the interior, the premium manufacturer from Bad Waldsee attached great importance to freedom of movement and comfort. The Hymermobil B-Class SupremeLine, available in the two furniture finishes Velvet Ash and Grand Oak, offers the right design for every taste. Combined with the white overhead lockers, the bright Grand Oak colour lends the interior a modern charm, whilst the darker Velvet Ash colour ensures a tasteful appearance. Tables and counters feature the Oriental furniture finish, which is reminiscent of precious marble. The comfort bathroom in the SupremeLine 674 is extremely spacious, featuring a generous WC area and a shower cubicle that can be partitioned off. The corner kitchen offers plenty of worktop space and makes the space even bigger with the help of ingenious solutions, such as the coffee machine pull-out tray with integrated capsule holder. Measuring 200 by 82 centimetres, both of the single beds are particularly generous, and the spacious full-length wardrobe has enough room for all of your travel clothing.
The new Hymermobil B-Class SupremeLine 674 will be available from dealers from May 2018.
Since its foundation in 1957, Hymer has been a household name in motorhomes and caravans “made in Germany”. The company is not only notable for its long tradition and passion for motorhoming, but is also one of the leading manufacturers in the premium sector thanks to its high standards of quality and consistent record of innovation. Hymer GmbH & Co. KG markets its products under the four brands Hymer Motor Caravans, Hymer Camper Vans, Eriba Caravans and Hymer Original Parts. Hymer GmbH & Co. KG is part of the Erwin Hymer Group SE.
The Erwin Hymer Group is a 100 percent subsidiary of THOR Industries, one of the world's leading manufacturers of recreational vehicles with more than 31,000 employees worldwide. The Erwin Hymer Group unites motorhome and caravan manufacturers as well as motorhome and caravan accessory specialists, hire and financing services under one roof. The motorhome and caravan brands Buccaneer, Bürstner, Carado, Crosscamp, Compass, Dethleffs, Elddis, Eriba, Etrusco, Hymer, Laika, LMC, Niesmann+Bischoff, Sunlight and Xplore, the rental companies Crossrent, McRent and rent easy, and also the chassis specialist Goldschmitt, the accessories specialist Movera and the touring portal freeontour all belong to the Erwin Hymer Group. Further information is provided at www.erwinhymergroup.com.