Bürstner Elegance erhält „Winner“-Auszeichnung beim German Innovation Award
In the spring of 2021, Bürstner will once again receive a "German Innovation Award" from the German Design Council. With its innovative overall concept, the A class motorhome Elegance was one of the winners.
It impresses with a Mercedes front-wheel-drive and the typical Bürstner sandwich floor construction. The innovative sleeping solution in the front area of the vehicle, with a newly designed drop-down bed safely attached with straps, also proves that Bürstner's renown for its drop-down bed systems is well-deserved. The optimum use of space and extensive range of features are also typical for the home-away-fromhome feel of the interior of this exceptional motorhome. Besides its high level of user-friendliness, the Bürstner Elegance also offers an important innovation in the area of sustainability in form of the resource-saving INDUS® toilet system from Thetford, a standard feature of all Bürstner vehicles. It therefore successfully achieves the perfect combination of elegance, innovation and performance.
The premium motorhome Bürstner Elegance has been on the market since 2020. It completes the Bürstner model spectrum at the top of the mid-range price segment. "With the overall concept of the Elegance, we have managed to combine a cosy ambience and ergonomic travel in one vehicle. Our Elegance is designed for a discerning, motorhome experienced and comfort-focused target group," explains managing director Jens Kromer. "We are delighted to receive this award once again." Bürstner already won a German Innovation Award 2020 in the "WINNER" category for the Lyseo TD 644, and a "SPECIAL MENTION" award for its "Home Light" that same year.
The German Design Council has awarded the German Innovation Awards since 2018. It honours innovations that make a difference with a focus on solutions, innovative details and services that offer genuine added value. An independent, interdisciplinary jury of business and finance industry experts, the research community and institutions, judges the products. The jury selects one "Gold" and up to ten "Winner" award recipients, judging aspects such as innovation strategy, durability and quality, technological progress or how well a product is designed with the future in mind.