With the new Integra 700 EB, Eura Mobil is targeting the growing demand for exclusive mobile homes that offer simple handling and manageable dimensions.
The Integra, built on the AL-KO twin-axle chassis, boasts several stand-out features when it comes to travel comfort. Spanning a total length of just 7.16 m, the floor plan impresses with its two spacious single beds (2 m and 1.95 m bed length), which can also be supplied with massage mattresses if desired. Underneath is the 1.24 m-high garage with an enormous storage space that even has enough room to fit motorbikes.
Next to the sleeping area is a full-height wardrobe. It is flanked by the large, ergonomically curved kitchen block from the almost 9-metre-long flagship model in the series. Huge amounts of storage space in the kitchen cabinets, a worktop-mounted hob and a large, 156-litre refrigerator in a central, easy-to-reach place both for the kitchen and the seating group guarantee superlative convenience and on-board comfort.
Opposite, in the washroom with integrated shower, there is a swivel washbasin to ensure maximum freedom of movement in every situation.
In the living area, a comfortable L-shaped sofa with comfortable back cushions provides the perfect opportunity to relax. The swivel pilot seats are integrated into the seating group so that, in combination with the freely mobile table top with 360-degree turning and sliding fixture, a comfortable round table for up to 4 people can be created.
In the standard version, the Integra 700 EB built on a Ducato Maxi chassis with 4.25 t of maximum permitted weight offers plenty of weight reserve for additional features. The advantages of the twin-axle version, such as the smaller turning circle, more manageable dimensions and more dynamic handling, do not need to be foregone on the shorter Integra with compromises on customised features or a smaller luggage capacity.
For duos with limited special feature needs, the manufacturer also offers a pared-down version with 3.5 tonnes of permitted total weight. For this situation, the lift-up bed in the driver’s cab can be replaced with additional storage cabinets, which increases the generous impression of space inside the short Integra even further.