The striking unity of the Flair’s front, sides and rear reflects the very latest in modern automotive design. Accents are provided by the dark A-pillars.
What makes the Flair so unique? Its exceptional lines and the unified design of the front, sides and rear. This distinctive, automotive exterior reflects the latest developments in modern car design.
We manufacture all front and rear sections using highly tear and scratch-resistant glass fibre reinforced plastic (GRP). The benefit of this material is that light scratches can be polished out with Gelcoat paste and minor damage can be easily filled and varnished (spot repair).
The front of the Flair showcases the vehicle’s dynamism with unique daylight indicators, subtle chrome details and the brand logo in the centre — special accents as part of a truly memorable design.
With a driver and passenger airbag as standard as well as ESP, seatbelt pretensioners and a new chassis, we have created the safest Flair ever. After years of development and countless crash tests, we have revolutionised the safety standard of your premium liner.
The high-quality, fully insulated bus doors, which are integrated into the side skirt, create an integrated look and allow optimal access to the generous storage space and all under-floor equipment. The optional central locking system can be used to lock all the doors, including the garage doors and the main cabin door, via a single button press.
Our idea of using retractable seatbelt supports means a partition wall is completely unnecessary and clears the way for maximum roominess without limits.
Sometimes it’s the simple things in life that give us a certain lightness — in no time at all, the seatbelt supports and seatbelts disappear behind the backrest of the rear seat. Then simply pull out the headrest and stow it away.
Inside, you can enjoy pure freedom.
When designing your cushions and upholstery, you are entirely free to choose from over 500 design combinations for your new home. All designs can be subsequently changed at any time — including the ceiling cabinet fronts, naturally.