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Italian motorhome manufacturer, Wingamm, returns to the UK


Italian manufacturer, Wingamm, which builds motorhomes with unique monocoque bodyshells, is returning to the UK market and has appointed its first dealer – BC Motorhomes in Ayr, Scotland, with more dealers expected to be announced later in the year.

Wingamm motorhomes are compact (from 5.4m) and have several notable features, including fibreglass monocoque (one-piece) bodyshells with 15-year warranties against water ingress and drop-down beds fitted longitudinally for easier access.

Wingamm has been producing monocoque bodyshells since 1977, and is the only manufacturer in Italy that is still family-owned and independent.

There are three Wingamm motorhome models available in the UK, all based on the Fiat Ducato with a 2.3-litre, 140bhp engine as standard: the Brownie (from £70,849), City-Suite (from £60,913) and Oasi (from £68,980 to £82,534).

These range from 5.4m to 6.9m in length. They will be available with an oven for UK customers, plus a wide choice of options.

Wingamm UK hopes to organise a national roadshow in 2021, when possible, with a selection of its range. In the meantime, BC Motorhomes is offering video tours of all models and nationwide delivery.

Commenting on the appointment of BC Motorhomes, Lorena Turri, Wingamm’s Commercial Director said: “As the only independent and family-run motorhome manufacturer in Italy, we are pleased to start working with another family-run motorhome specialist in the UK – BC Motorhomes – who are as passionate about motorhomes and customer service as we are. We know they will provide a professional service to everyone who buys a Wingamm.”

Calum Watson, the director of Wingamm UK and founder of BC Motorhomes, added: “Motorhomes are my biggest passion, so I am delighted to add an exceptional and distinctive brand like Wingamm to our portfolio of luxury brands. They really are very impressive vehicles. We sold our first examples incredibly quickly, and are now looking forward to introducing Wingamm motorhomes to more people across the UK in 2021.”


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