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Essential Guide to 2020 Motorhomes - Etrusco motorhomes

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Looking at only its second year in the UK, Erwin Hymer Group’s affordable Etrusco brand continues to strengthen and expand its product line-up for the 2020 season.

Etrusco T 740O QBC motorhome

The popular T 7400 QBC low-profile exemplifies the brand with a large lounge offering the currently en vogue face-to-face lounge. This space creates a brilliant daytime lounging area, while it can also convert into two extra rear travel seats when needed. This also creates a much more open feel with the integrated kitchen, which features a new easy-to-clean splashback behind the hob. UK models will also be fitted with an oven and grill as standard.

The interior of the Etrusco T 7400 QBC motorhome

The washroom sits across the aisle with a swivel cassette toilet and basin on one side and a shower cubicle on the other; the toilet compartment door swings over to close off the rear, while a second sliding panel gives this area privacy from the bedroom.

The island bed then sits at the very back of the motorhome above a garage. You can opt to make this bed height-adjustable via the push of a button, which makes the bed higher but enhances the available storage space in the garage.

The island bed in the Etrusco T 7400 QBC motorhome

Also, like all the other models in the range, the T 7400 QBC can be ordered as the Type X Edition. When selecting this option, the high-level lockers adopt white fronts and the seating comes in smart grey Galicia, while the exterior has new individual accents.

Standard upholstery in the Etrusco range comes in a choice of colours: Piemonte (white) and Andorra (brown), giving the interior a clean new look for 2020.

SPECIFICATION
Price from: £50,990 OTR
Base vehicle: Fiat Ducato
Layout Island bed
Berths 2-5
Travel seats 4
Length 7.40m
Gross weight 3,500kg (option for 3,650kg)
Payload 505kg

Etrusco I 6900 SB motorhome

A new model for Etrusco is available in both A-class (I 6900 SB) and low-profile (T6900 SB). It offers rear single bed above a large garage. At under 7m in length, this motorhome offers an exceptional feeling of interior space despite its compact dimensions.

The Etrusco I 6900 SB motorhome

You get a small side seat next to the door, L-shaped kitchen opposite a large fridge and an all-in-one washroom with a swing wall to create a separate shower. The singles can be made into one large double, while the drop-down bed above the cab (2.00m by 1.50m in size) makes this a true four-berth.

The bed in the Etrusco I 6900 SB motorhome

Plus, the garage is fitted with tie-down points and anti-slip mats to help you maximise the storage space available.

SPECIFICATION
Price from: £57,790 OTR
Base vehicle: Fiat Ducato
Layout: Single beds
Berths: 4
Travel seats: 4
Length: 6.98m
Gross weight: 3,500kg (option for 3,650kg)
Payload: 542kg

Etrusco V 6600 SB motorhome

If you want the comfort of fixed single beds in an even more compact package than the new I 6900 SB featured, take a look at Etrusco’s ‘V’ line-up, in particular this 6600 SB. Narrower than the traditional coachbuilts in the line-up, these models can open up a whole new world of travel adventures. This model is only 6.65m long too, making it incredibly versatile as well as being a great value for money option.

The Etrusco V 6600 SB motorhome

Inside, the twin single beds are at the rear above a generous storage area, with an option to make these into a big double.

Twin single beds in the Etrusco V 6600 SB motorhome

The swing-wall washroom creates a semi-separate shower area, while the compact kitchen is opposite this.

SPECIFICATION
Price from: £39,399 OTR
Base vehicle: Fiat Ducato
Layout: Single beds
Berths: 2
Travel seats: 4
Length: 6.65m
Gross weight: 3,500kg (option for 3,650kg)
Payload: 880kg

Highlights of Etrusco 2020 motorhomes

  • German designed, Italian built motorhomes with a modern, bright interior design
  • Choose from standard-width low-profiles, narrower ‘V-class’ low-profiles and A-classes
  • New Type X version with added kit, grey Galicia upholstery, white overhead locker doors and exclusive decals
  • New single bed model in both A-class and low-profile form (T/I 6900 SB)
  • New Euro 6d engines across the ranges
  • Hardy, easy-to-clean kitchen splashbacks
  • USB socket in the bedrooms (depending on the model)
  • Part of the Erwin Hymer Group

 

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