Profila RS


  • Travel with up to 4 ppl.
  • Floor plans with 2 sleeping areas at the rear and 2 more in the lift-up bed over the seating group

  • Great feeling of space
  • Generous sofa with lengthways arrangement, mechanical lift-up bed, carefully planned kitchen and space-optimised bathroom

  • Cosy atmosphere
  • High-quality interiors, comfortable fabric or leather covers, ambient lighting

  • Max. storage space
  • Large cupboards, spacious garages and smart storage areas


  • 10 years guarantee
  • A 10-year guarantee against leaks and a 3-year furniture guarantee ensure a truly stress-free holiday.

  • Underfloor heating
  • The heating pipes installed in the upper floor heat the floor's surface and, together with circulated warm air throughout the double floor, act like underfloor heating.

  • Bonding methods
  • With modern bonding methods borrowed from the world of aviation technology, the result is a fully sealed superstructure without any screw connections through to the outer walls.

  • Woodfree walls
  • The walls are protected against hail damage and moisture-resistant and fully insulated.

There are many semi-integral designs with a lift-up bed, but the Profila RS is the only Crossover with a full-length double floor that keeps below the crucial height of 2.90m. Its concept satisfies the demand for more storage space within a compact body. The Profila RS is the only Crossover with a practical cellar, a living room of ample size and a convenient “top floor”. An attractive design feature is the elegantly curved FRP roof, which blends harmoniously into the main body. The impressive sense of interior space is largely achieved by the lift-up bed, which is recessed flush with the roof. With its new lightweight upper floor and a bed of reduced weight, four people can travel in the Profila RS without exceeding the 3.5 metric ton weight limit.

With this series you may choose between two different interior designs:

Chalet with natural wild oak
Navarra: luxurious and stylish

Gallery Profila RS

 
 
 
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