Eura Mobil reveals 2020 model line up
Eura Mobil, part of the Trigano group, has just revealed its latest models and updates for the 2020 season.
Significantly, the new Fiat Euro 6D 2.3l 140bhp engine will be fitted as standard with a 75-litre fuel tank (90-litre on Integra range) on all Eura Mobil models. This larger engine means customers will also have the choice of opting for the new nine-speed automatic gearbox. This new torque converter gearbox is a true automatic, which replaces the robotised Comfort-Matic ’box.
Eura Mobil has also launched some new motorhome models, and its flagship is the Integra I 700 EB – a luxurious A-class. It’s spacious at 7.16m-long and features twin single beds in the rear measuring 1.95 metres and 2.0 metres.
Below is a garage that’s 1.24m high, so there’s plenty of space for bikes, etc. Further features include a 130-litre fridge, a 32in TV that has its own storage cupboard, and an ottoman so you can put your feet up while watching TV!
A new layout being added to the (A-class) Integra and Integra Line ranges is the UK-friendly HS, which features a large U-shaped lounge and TV in the rear. The I 760 HS is 7.89 metres long while the IL 650 HS is shorter at 6.5m. Both models sleep and travel 4/5 people.
Another new layout that will be available on the Integra Line (A-class) and Profila and Profila RS (low-profile) ranges is the 720 QF (and has replaced the 725 QB), which features an island bed. The washroom has been redesigned in order to maximise space around the bed, and the lounge has twin one metre-long sofas that convert to travel seats. The QF will also come fitted with Alde heating as standard, while updates this year to all models include a USB charging station, pre-wiring for a TV, electric roof vent, new lights and new upholstery.
The Activa One is Eura Mobil’s entry level overcab range, and there’s also a new layout joining the line up this year – the 550 MS. As the name suggests, it’s 5.5 metres long. It’s a four-berth motorhome featuring a double bed in the overcab space, and a rear washroom. A new ‘Beach Home’ fabric and upholstery theme gives the 550 MS a coastal villa vibe, and on-board tech includes a USB charging station, pre-wiring for a TV, a new PVC floor, and a battery featuring a disconnection switch so that it’s easy to turn off when in storage.
Finally, Eura Mobil announced at its recent press conference held in Germany that it is to unveil an entirely new model range at the Caravan Salon in Dusseldorf later this summer.
The new range is to be called the Contura and it will be based on the Mercedes Sprinter. It’s said to be a high-end low-profile motorhome that will be available in a number of layouts and will feature a skyroof. Production is due to start in 2020 although prices are yet to be announced…
Keep your eyes peeled for more information in 2020 Essential Guide to Motorhomes, out with the November issue of MMM.