Rob Ganley
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Adria's new Super Sonic A-class is on show at the NEC: its first official outing here in the UK.

Adria's new Super Sonic A-class is on show at the NEC: its first official outing here in the UK.

 

The Super Sonic – which has a full model name of Adria Super Sonic I701 SL – is an extension of the popular four-model Sonic range, the I700 SL model of which won our recent Best Coachbuilt for Four 2011 Award. The Super Sonic features twin single fixed beds at the rear, which can be made up into a double. There's also a fixed bed that drops down over the lounge, and an enormous garage at the back.

 

While the regular Sonic has all-white bodywork, the Super Sonic comes in stylish silver. It's also received an upgraded Al-Ko chassis.

 

You can see the Super Sonic on Adria's stand here at the show, in Hall 20 Stand 77; it costs from £73,990.

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