Burstner City Car Harmony Line
'Wohnfühlen' Comes to New Burstner Camper Van
Campervans are an important mainstay for Bürstner. With the new City Car Harmony Line, the company is now also implementing its brand message, something that the Germas call #wohnfühlen in this popular and compact product range, ensuring all customers feel right at home.
The two current City Car Harmony Line models really live up to their name. You feel at home in this new generation of Bürstner campervan right from the start. This is probably thanks to the modern interior of these compact vehicles. The mixture of a new uni-coloured furniture design and exclusive Harmony Line upholstery as well as comprehensive standard equipment leave nothing to be desired. In addition to the electric entrance step by the side door and cab dimming, the chassis and Fiat interior design package are also part of the standard equipment. The optional self-sufficiency aspects with stronger alternator, second cabin battery and awning with LED lighting offer new opportunities to customers and open up space for spontaneity and flexibility.
From the outside, the City Car Harmony Line models are real eye-catchers, too. With their attractive external graphics, black painted radiator, front spoilers painted in the colour of the vehicle, LED daytime running lights and 16 inch alloy wheels, they show what they’re made of.
This is also apparent in the floor plan design of the two current models. While the City Car C 600 Harmony Line is a real classic with a lateral bed, washroom, kitchen and seating area, Bürstner breaks new grounds with the City Car C 603 Harmony Line: as a pure two-seater, the model is perfect for couples. Instead of the third and fourth seat with seat belt, this vehicle features a modern sideboard with storage space. The driver and passenger seats as well as a rotary table can be turned into a comfortable dining area for two people. This design opens up a completely new feeling of space in such a compact vehicle.
With the new City Car Harmony Line, Bürstner emphasises its claim of really creating space in its vehicles where everyone can feel right at home.