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Volare, a Brazilian leader in sales and product development for the light passenger vehicle segment, in partnership with Abreu & Abreu Engenharia has developed an unprecedented four-wheel drive motorhome (4X4). The project is based on the V8L 4x4 model and offers more robustness, versatility, space optimization and allows its use in any places, especially on trails, adventures and off-road routes.
"Our Engineering department always works hard to meet the demands of our customers. This project was developed precisely to allow the creation of a four-wheel drive motorhome that could handle the most diverse terrains," says João Paulo Ledur, Volare Business Manager.
The Volare V8L 4x4 Motorhome is equipped with a 4X2 (rear wheel drive only), 4X4 (front wheel drive and rear wheel drive) and 4X4 with reduced. It also has larger inlet and outlet angles, spare tyre in the rear luggage compartment and special protection for the engine crankcase and for the fuel tank.
Equipped with 152 Hp Cummins ISF 3.8 engine, 450 Nm, ZF automatic gearbox with four-speed and double speed transfer box, bus body with higher side skirt, reinforced suspension, differentiated signalling and mirrors that allow total view around the vehicle, providing greater ease and safety for maneuvers and travelling.
The entire internal structure of the Volare V8L Motorhome was built in naval plywood, stainless steel and polycarbonate. The vehicle has two bedrooms, bathroom with independent compartment, kitchen and living room. It has a four-burner stove, biplex refrigerator, 3kg washing machine, Full HD video system with two independent antennas and two 24-inch LCD TVs.
"The Volare V8L also has cabinets in the kitchen and bedrooms, 5 photovoltaic panels, totaling 750W and additional generator (mute) for sustainable power generation, with total independence of the vehicle original system, gas heater for shower, two P13 gas cylinders, 600 liters box for potable water and 450 liters for sewage, with 250L for waste water and 200L for sewage and semi-automatic leveling system ", concludes Jairo de Abreu, the designer of the project.
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