A journey in the palace - Morelo Palace motorhome
Palace is the flagship work of the Morelo brand. The other models - Loft and Home, are smaller and truncated variants of the palace motorhome. It was there that the manufacturer decided to close the best.
12 interior layouts to choose from and 3 chassis variants - this is the choice of customers who choose the Palace version. But then there's the Palace Liner , available with 10 interior layouts and seven chassis versions!
The largest Palace - Liner 108 GSB (10,950 mm long) has a garage for a Mini or other car up to 3.75 m , and its interior is very spacious. The smallest - 80 H (8,230 mm) is a bit tighter, its garage will not fit a car, but the interior layout itself will be similar. In each variant of the Palace, the bedroom and living room are separated from each other by a walk-through bathroom, closed on both sides.
A car like a bus
However, you don't have to go inside to pay attention to Morelo. Although the vehicles of this brand are mostly based on the Iveco Daily (the largest models on the MAN TGL and Iveco Eurocargo), from the outside they do not resemble the original versions of these cars in any way.
It's easy to mistake this camper for a small bus. Panoramic windshield, bus mirrors , small round lights and a large grill make this vehicle original. LED lights, consisting of small points of daytime running lights, add flavor. The side windows are large, especially those next to the driver and passenger (they have double glazing for better insulation).
The body is made of two layers of aluminum sheet . Fully insulated floors are made of fiberglass, plywood and PVC. An insulated roof protects the body from hail and lightning. The Morelo body is also distinguished by the low load line at the rear. Interestingly, the door to the interior can be opened with an electronic combination lock .
The driver's cockpit is not only an extensive navigation and multimedia system and dual-zone air conditioning. There are also cooled lockers and upholstery combining light leather and wood . Optionally, the driver's seat can have air suspension, heating and a lumbar support system.
The seating area is neat and modern. The combination of light upholstery and dark wood of the furniture looks good. Numerous LED lights , also on the ceiling, were placed in brown strips.
The roof with large and opening windows is impressive. This allows a lot of natural light to enter the interior - especially in versions without a fold-away bed. Underfloor heating in combination with a 22-inch HD TV with satellite dish is a good set for autumn and winter evenings. In the bedroom, you can install a 32-inch TV, electrically pulled out from a special storage box . Glasses can be safely stored in the illuminated display case.
Cooking at the Palace can also be fun. Extendable table will help to accommodate all the dishes that we prepare in the kitchen. And to make it tasty, we can use a large oven with a grill function , the door of which opens upwards.
In the Palace you will also find a 3-burner gas stove and a 190-liter fridge with a freezer compartment . There is also a pantry with convenient pull-out shelves.
The kitchen worktop with a sink is noteworthy. Interestingly, the two chambers were placed not next to each other, but one behind the other . In the Morelo motorhome there is even a place for a small Nespresso coffee machine. The kitchen drawers have a soft-close function.
The palace bathroom has cabinets with mirrors and LED lighting, as well as a bathroom radiator on which you can dry a towel. A large washbasin, a ceramic toilet with a capacity of 250 liters and a glass shower cabin - these are also advantages.
In the bathroom window there is a roller shutter protecting against insects. The shower can also be connected to the outside of the vehicle as an option.
It is worth emphasizing that individual equipment variants depend on the options selected by customers. The prices of Morelo Palace in the standard versions range from 176,900 to 290,900 euro.
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