Most underfloor and conversion space
The Prevost H3-45 VIP offers more than 500 cubic feet of underfloor storage – space generous enough to accommodate virtually any conversion equipment, special amenities, and general storage needs. Lateral-opening compartment doors positioned under slide-out partitions provide full access. And our standard vertical-opening doors are mounted on gas-assisted pantographs for ease in operation. The anchoring system of the compartment doors features special weather seals to prevent intrusion from water, snow, or dust.
Prevost ingenuity and commitment to optimize its slide-out design led to the development of a unique patented feature – the Prevost Beam. Not only did we achieve the installation of a slide-out, but we did it without sacrificing luggage space or structural rigidity. Our integral structure and compartment floor strength allows heavy conversion equipment to be safely installed without having to worry about additional reinforcements or impact on the vehicle’s integrity.
Flat floor, from driver to rear cap
The Prevost H3-45 VIP features a completely flat floor that extends the length of the cabin, enabling the most imaginative interior layouts and furnishings, and imparting a uniquely Prevost aura of open and flowing living space.
Long wheelbase to ensure long-distance comfort
At an impressive 316 inches (8.0 meters) the Prevost H3-45 VIP’s wheelbase, in concert with the legendary Prevost independent suspension system, ensures the kind of smooth and serene ride that only a Prevost can provide. When the road is long, the Prevost H3-45 VIP is the hands-down choice for comfort across the miles.
Regardless of the job, if it requires a mobile workplace, a Prevost H3-45 VIP specialty conversion can be designed to fulfill the purpose. A Prevost makes a first-class venue for luxurious corporate travel, mobile marketing and command centers, or even medical clinics. The possibilities are endless. Whatever the task, a Prevost specialty conversion coach provides a tough and reliable platform, and the space designed and equipped with everything needed to do the job properly.