The winners of the Caravan and Motorhome Club Motorhome and Campervan Design Awards have been announced at the Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show which is being held at the NEC this week.
Seventy-two vehicles were submitted for the twenty-third Motorhome and Campervan Design Awards.
The assessment criteria included electrics and safety, comfort, kitchen/washrooms, air conditioning, heating and ventilation systems, technical aspects and stowage.
Although the judges did not drive the vehicles, the scoring of the vehicles still evaluated driving elements such as seating positions, handbrake positions, visibility, safety whilst travelling in habitation area, front-seat comfort and driver ergonomics.
Before going to the NEC, the expert panel collectively spent over one thousand hours going through an immense amount of data from websites, brochures, handbooks and entry forms to complete in-depth evaluations via desktop – the judges then went to the NEC to physically view the vehicles to complete this comprehensive judging process.
Nick Lomas, director general of the Caravan and Motorhome Club said: “The Caravan and Motorhome Club organises this competition and compiles the data based on the important considerations when buying a motorhome or campervan.
“This invaluable source of information will provide people with the information they will need to help with their next motorhome or campervan purchase.
“We hope it will inspire many people to look at leisure vehicle holidays as an option to explore, have adventures and great holidays.”
The Competition provides the best quality, and quantity, of information to members and buyers.
Grenville Chamberlain OBE, Chairman of the Caravan and Motorhome Club, who announced the results said: “Our sincere thanks go to the industry for their continued support of this event. Huge congratulations to all the worthy winners.”
Caravan and Motorhome Club Motorhome and Campervan Design Awards 2022 Winners
- Campervans under 5 metres: Auto-Sleeper Ford Air Campervan
- Campervans over 5 metres: Three Bridge Tourer
- Van Conversions with a rising or pop top roof under 6 metres: Adria Twin Sports 600 SPB
- Van Conversions with a rising or pop top roof over 6 metres: Three Bridge Trek
- Van Conversions with a fixed roof under 6 metres: RP Motorhomes Exclusive Twin Rebel AWD
- Van Conversions with a fixed roof over 6 metres: WildAx Citroën Solaris XL
- Two-Berth Coachbuilt motorhomes: Adria Compact Supreme DL
- Up to Four-Berth Coachbuilt motorhomes under 7 metres: Chausson Ford 660 EXCLUSIVE LINE
- Up to Four-Berth Coachbuilt motorhomes over 7 metres: Adria Coral Supreme 670 DL
- Up to Six-Berth Coachbuilt motorhomes under 8 metres: Rimor Ford Evo 77 Plus
- Up to Six-Berth Coachbuilt motorhomes over 8 metres: Bailey Autograph 81-6
- A Class under 7 metres: Mobilvetta Tekno Line K-Yacht 59
- A Class 7 – 8 metres: Adria Sonic Supreme 700 DL
- A Class over 8 metres: Frankia I 8400 Plus Platin
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