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New motorhome manufacturers and all-new campervans and motorhomes confirmed for NEC show


The Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show returns to the NEC, Birmingham, from 13 to 18 February 2024, and there will be a host of new campervans and motorhomes to view, as well as a new motorhome manufacturer displaying for the first time in the UK

Of most interest is the unveiling of all-new Coachman Sportivo motorhome at the show and the arrival of some very interesting new campervans from Kaktus and Robeta, which is a new manufacturer to the UK.

Everyone’s first port of call should be Premier Parks (Stand 4023, Hall 4) where, not only will there be loads of information on how you can stay at one of the top 100 campsites in the UK, but also the chance to win a week at a Premier Park of your choice in a free-to-enter competition.

Motorhome and campervan manufacturers at the show

It has been confirmed that there will be campervans on display from:

  • Adria
  • Bailey of Bristol
  • Bilbo's
  • Bodans
  • Danbury
  • Dirty Weekender
  • Dreamer
  • EcoWagon
  • Hillside Leisure
  • Kaktus Vans
  • Malibu
  • Murvi
  • Rolling Homes
  • Sherwood Campers
  • Swift
  • Vantage Motorhomes
  • Vanworks
  • Ventura
  • WildAx and more

While, among the motorhome manufacturers with models on display will be:

  • Adria
  • Auto-Sleepers
  • Auto-Trail
  • Bailey of Bristol
  • Chausson
  • Coachman
  • Eura Mobil
  • Frankia
  • Pilote
  • Rapido
  • Roller Team
  • Project Yonder
  • and many more.

At the show’s Inspiration Theatre, visitors can hear presentations about travel itineraries, routes and activities to enjoy when out and about, as well as cooking demos providing ideas for food on the move, cycle trails and walking routes.

Guest presenters at the theatre include household names including Will Mellor, Kwoklyn Wan and Ray Mears.

What’s more, to get the most out of your time at the show, you can book onto free motorhome and campervan manoeuvring lessons with the Caravan and Motorhome Club, and free towing sessions with Subaru and the Camping and Caravanning Club to hone your skills before you hit the road.

At the Leisure Vehicle Advice Centre, you’ll have access to impartial help and advice by industry experts on everything to do with leisure vehicle ownership.

Plus, there’s lots of free activities at the show for the whole family to enjoy, including free paddleboarding and kayaking sessions at the show’s pool.

Highlights of the 2024 Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show

Some of the campervans at the show that will be worth a look if you’re on the hunt for a new campervan include the Adria Twin Max (Stand 3060, Hall 3) and Auto-Sleepers’ (Stand 3075, Hall 3) latest flagship campervan, the M-Star based on the Mercedes Sprinter.

Bailey of Bristol (Stand 3020, Hall 3) will also have its award-winning Transit-based campervan, the Endeavour, the company's first campervan on show.

Meanwhile, first-time exhibitor, Kaktus (Stand 5085, Hall 5) will be showing its new Dune, which is built on a MAN chassis and has a roof pod to create extra height/light and side pods with windows on both sides to create extra width.

Project Yonder (Stand 5132, Hall 5) will be revealing its brand-new 4x4 Mercedes Sprinter campervan, Freedom 4X (pictured), which it says takes the impressive off-road capabilities of the all-wheel drive Mercedes Sprinter and combines them with an advanced off-grid set-up to enable absolute freedom without compromise.

Finally, if you’re looking for a campervan that’s completely new to the UK, head to Robeta (Stand 5148), which is launching in the UK for the first time where its new Adonis pop-top campervan will be on display.

Described as combining “Greek divinity, innovation and beauty”, this new 5.93m-long campervan represents the very top of the Robeta range and will be a joined by a four-wheel drive version soon.

If motorhomes are more your thing, then Adria (Stand 3060, Hall 3) will have its new Mercedes-based Coral on show, while Auto-Trail (Stand 3040, Hall 3) will have its latest Excel range on show.

Carthago (Stand 1050, Hall 1) will be showing off its new C-tourer T/I 145 RB LE, while Chausson (Stand 3052, Hall 3) will be revealing its X range, a new category of leisure vehicle between a full-sized and ultra-compact campervan.

For something more substantial, Coachman (Stand 3000, Hall 3) will be displaying its latest Travel Master Imperial, its first A-class motorhome.

Coachman will also be revealing an additional model to its motorhome range – the new Sportivo 565.

Finally, Roller Team (Stand 3065, Hall 3) will be showing s range of Zefiro, Auto-Roller and Pegaso models, as well as two new motorhomes.

If you’re planning to attend the show, just use this discount code “WGP” when booing your tickets but be quick as the offer ends at midnight on 12 February.

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