Laika uses a special internal fixing system for the furniture, comprising glued interlocking pins and subsequent mechanical anchorage.
The excellent performance of the standard water heating is further enhanced by the structure of the Laika system (radiators in double flooring, in garage and in junction between cab and living space).
The compartment between the two floors has a height of up to 30 cm with useful access, for loading bulky objects and insulating against outside temperatures.
The wardrobes under the two beds (Kreos 5009) can be accessed both from above and from the two front doors.
The maxi worktop, two sinks, oven and appliance holder built into the wall unit mean the kitchen can take on the toughest recipes.
The garage compartment is designed to be even more spacious and resistant. The equipment is completed by two doors as standard, two light sources, a 12V/230V socket, TV socket and a clothes rail.
The water system is domestic type and installed in a frost-proof location which allows problem-free low-temperature travel.
Even in the most “sensitive” spots, such as domes and cab/living space junction, Laika guarantees maximum insulation thanks to suitable coverings and the routing of the warm area pipes.
Laika motorhomes have a practical floor, on a single level and without steps.