Heartland Recreational Vehicles has filed a patent application for its “Hidden Garage” feature that debuted in the new Cyclone 4214 toy hauler at the 2019 Elkhart Open House.
“With the design of the front living room, the 4214 is a distinctive floor plan which offers a residential feel while maintaining the functionality of the garage space like your classic toy hauler,” Heartland Recreational Vehicles General Manager Dustin Swindeman said. “The unobstructed, 14-foot garage is unlike any other front living room toy hauler in the industry. In the garage of the 4214, we have achieved space to fit almost any stock side-by-side and even a small car with our patent-pending bedroom-floor lift mechanism, which is designed to lift the bedroom floor all the way up to the ceiling creating a massive garage complete with a full-size ramp door patio and three-season garage wall.”
The newest Cyclone floor plan will provide owners with similar features found in their residential homes including a living room with cross-conversational seating, dual pull-out beds, a kitchen island with two pull-out barstools, large pantry, and traditional table and chair seating. Additionally, the bedroom in this toy hauler is one of the largest in its class and comes standard with a king-size bed, four-drawer dresser and an optional stackable washer and dryer in the closet.
The Cyclone 4214 will begin arriving at dealerships in April. For more information on this floor plan and other Heartland products, click here. To see the telescoping hidden garage in action, click here.