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Hobby unveils new ONTOUR caravan

Hobby unveils new ONTOUR caravan

For 2018, Hobby’s ONTOUR has a completely new look inside and out.

The exterior design of the ONTOUR bears the unmistakeable signature of the other Hobby model ranges. But it remains true to its proven line as a compact and agile travel caravan. All four models are just 2.20 metres wide! This makes the ONTOUR the ideal companion for caravaners who want an agile trailer.

The ONTOUR 390 SF is the smallest caravan in the entire Hobby range. It has a double bed in the rear, a seating group in the side, a compact sanitary room and a comfortable kitchen, and is light enough to be towed by a car. Anyone who prefers single beds will find two alternatives in the models 460 DL and 470 UL, optionally with a rear dinette or round seating group. The ONTOUR 470 KMF features a children’s section and transverse bunk bed in the rear. One common highlight of all four ONTOUR models is the new one-piece extra-wide body door, which had already become a component of the other Hobby model series last season.

Bright tones dominate the interior. The bright surfaces and subtle grey elements of the new, striking furniture decor “Cocobolo/Piquet Grey” provide a soothing contrast that makes all the entire interior fittings appear extremely welcoming. The new series upholstery “Taiga” is precisely coordinated with it.

Overall, the furniture of the entry-level ONTOUR has been optimized and is now equal to that of the higher-level series DE LUXE. Of course, all four of the new ONTOUR models score with the HOBBYKOMPLETT full equipment as standard.

Like all other caravans from the brand, the ONTOUR can use innovative Hobby Cl-BUS technology, which can control almost all the devices and functions of the on-board network via the optional TFT operating panel, also including the new gas heating VarioHeat “Comfort”.


Source: Hobby press release

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About Ronnie Garrett

Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

One comment

  1. American RV Companies should look at the design and quality of these Euro Trailers.

    They are vastly superior to American Manufacturing and don’t look like Grammy and Gampa’s Cabin!

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