Niesmann+Bischoff adds a third name to its range of posh motorhomes. The Arto RV, which is based on a Fiat Ducato, is the newest product of the RV manufacturer. And as with all the campers coming from the German marque, expect a luxurious take on van life with the Arto, and more.
The Niesmann+Bischoff Arto luxury motorhome is available in two different wheelbase lengths and three overall lengths – the shortest being 25.5 feet (7,784 millimeters) long. The options for configurations are vast, allowing maximum flexibility for the buyer. The long-wheelbase versions have three axles instead of just two to handle the extra weight.
Gallery: Niesmann+Bischoff Arto Luxury RV
As the Arto is based on the Fiat Ducato, there are no passenger or driver doors. While the option is available, Niesmann+Bischoff said that customers prefer not having them for better insulation and superior HVAC. Much of the exterior – which by the way comes with various color combination options – is made from glass fiber-reinforced plastic. The material’s scratch-resistant and lightweight.
Those who wish to configure their Arto will begin with the basic layout, which comes with four seats, a fully-equipped kitchen, a spa-like bathroom, a lounge area, and a bedroom with a queen-size bed. There’s even an option for a roller garage at the back that can accommodate a motorized scooter. Interior options are aplenty as well, including oak furniture and custom upholstery for an upscale feel.
There are many equipment packs available for the Niesmann+Bischoff Arto, but notable among them is the Lithium Energy Pack, which adds 8,244 euros (around $8,800) and 123 pounds (56 kilograms) to the equation. These come with a major advantage on off-grid adventures by giving you two solar modules, three batteries, and a charger. The company claims that the charging interval is up to nine days.
Niesmann+Bischoff has commenced selling the Arto, with a starting price of $92,300. That’s a bit steep price of admission but given what this relatively compact motorhome can offer, it surely joins the proverbial list of posh motorhomes worthy of your attention.
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