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Something we’re starting to see more and more of in small coaches are twin bed floor plans. Leisure Travel Vans has made their second twin bed floor plan with their newest coach, the Wonder FTB (Front Twin Bed). Unlike their Unity, which has the twin beds in the back, the wonder brings the beds forward, which creates a very open cabin. Have a look in our video below:
For two travelers, the twin bed setup makes a lot of sense. It allows for a spacious feel, with windows along both sides. Nobody has to climb over anybody else to get up. The beds can serve triple-duty as sleeping, eating, and lounge space. And rather than a large, monolithic bed to design around, you have two smaller items with an aisle. Your options are limited for additional sleeping arrangements though, so these floor plans are really best for just two occupants.
We go through every compartment we can access in the video. So rather than recap what you’ve seen there, I thought I’d just give you the high points of what we really liked, and what we wished was different.
What We Really Liked
- Contemporary design
- Open, spacious feeling floor plan with wide aisle
- Innovative table
- Cargo capacity for days… 1890 pounds!
- Storage space (inside and out) to match the cargo capacity
- Solar options up to 400 Watts
- Large propane tank that operates with no relay
What We Wish Was Different
- Ford Transit cab is tight, tough for egress, and only one seat rotates
- Bring fresh water inside the heated space for 4-season readiness
- Absorption Fridge
- Generator-free/Lithium option – you knew I had to say it!
There are more points than that (mostly on the “like” side of things) that you’ll see in the video. All in all, we like the Wonder series from Leisure Travel Vans, and we’re excited to see what kind of a floor plan they’ll come up with next.
Bye for now!