The EX 510 – “All-wheel drive – All-weather”:
The bimobil EX 510 on MAN drives you safely and comfortably to your destination even on the longest distances and roughest terrains. The model EX 510 is an all-terrain long-distance motorhome, built on the MAN TGM 13.290 4×4 BB with one engine of 213kW/290PS and highest reliability.
The bimobil HR 380 “perfect for 2 people”:
The model HR 380 on Mercedes Sprinter impresses with extremely compact external dimensions, which are barely larger than a van, but the interior conceals a true space miracle for two people.
bimobil EX 412 – for adventurous globetrotters:
The bimobil EX 412 mounted to Iveco Daily All-Road with extended wheelbase offers a successful symbiosis between awesome offroad characteristics, a compact mass and bimobil’s high standard of living.
The LBX 365 mounted to Iveco Daily All-Road 4×4:
The bimobil LBX 365 is now available mounted to Iveco Daily All-Road with a gross vehicle weight of 7.2 to – which enables a huge additional load.
The EX 420 – a family home for explorers:
The bimobil EX 420 mounted to Iveco Daily All-Road with extended wheelbase for adventurous travel all over the world and/or for larger families/ travellers who need a lot of space.
The new husky 240
To meet the great demand the 240 cabin is now mounted to the brandnew Ford Ranger ExtraCab.
Brand new: The EX 435 on Mercedes UNIMOG
Never worry about your whereabouts: Dirt roads, sand, snow or gravel – the EX 435 will always get you to your destination safely and comfortably .
With an innovative floor plan and the electric fold-down bed in the rear this latest addition to our product line is a real show-off.
The new husky 240 layout with longitudial beds:
The constructive 90-degree rotation of the bed primarily means that reaching and leaving the place to sleep is facilitated considerably. The sleeping area of 1500 x 2000 mm lush on the comfortable (Froli-) bed system was centrally positioned in the expanded overhead bay.
A real asset of the new bimobil LBH 510 is the generous spaciousness of this motorhome novelty in the 3.5–ton class, both in the living area as well as plenty of storage space. More substantive arguments are the single beds in the rear, a spacious wet room, a rear-wheel drive and many more.
Also available as a 4 Wheel Drive in the 3.8-ton class!
bimobil EX 366 with Mercedes Sprinter 4×4 Compact.
A lightweight and manoeuvrable camper with a stunning layout for two persons
A new addition:
bimobil EX 460 with Fuso Canter.
A transglobal motorhome with a substantial gross payload
husky 258 – Volkwagen Amarok:
a little spatial wonder with extended wheel base
– Currently we are producing about a 120 travel vehicles a year and count 60 office and manufacture employees
– since 1977 we have produced about 2200 cabins and approximately 500 panel trucks
bimobil LB 458
AX 575 with turntable chassis
Our greatest custom designed camper in 2004
EX 480 – Mercedes Atego
Promobil Reader’s Award 2002
Starting partnerships with several dealers in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Spain
LB 365 – Mercedes Sprinter
Introduction of a 10-year tightness warranty for the patented new corner joint
CARAVAN Buddy Joe
Caravan MONA LISA
Introducing the new cabin wall thickness of 45 mm as well as the patented new corner joint/p>
The pick-up system and its countless potentialities
Interior work IMPULS
– keeping it as simple and pristine as possible
bimobil Crew 1992
restoration of a side panel with “occupants”
The centrepiece of production
Our great sandwich panel press (9 x 2,5 m)
We are moving:
Construction of a new production facility with administrative office premises
First Caravan fair in Essen 1985
bimobil VD 250
bimobil ST 420
bimobil FM 440
Interior design husky range
bimobil “Windhund” (husky)
Production of approx. 300 pieces betweeen 1981 and 1991
In for an expedition?
Our first expedition vehicle ever – manufactured in 1985 – and it is still on the road !
This ‘n that
Our range in 1983
Development of the bimobil demountable system – the first husky motorhome on Peugeot 504
The bimobil builders
The first Overhead bay travel mobils
Interior view of the travel mobil
– already sporting the meanwhile traditional spice rack
Bedford box wagon
Our first interior work on a Bedford box wagon in black/white
We proudly present:
Our first official company nameplate
Raimund von Liebe and Veronika Maisch-Liebe
Foundation of the sole proprietorship “von Liebe travel mobils”
panel van interiors / 1 – 2 employees