Adria is extending its Twin Sports range for 2022 with a new model and the option of a raising roof on all models. It has also updated Matrix Axess and Coral Axess ranges to bring them more into line with Plus and Supreme models, and it is reintroducing the Coral XL range of overcabs – in Axess spec only.

The Adira Matrix 600 SL Axess

The Matrix 600 SL Axess

For 2022 Twins Sports will be available in Supreme spec only, as this was by some way the most popular option among customers last year. 600 models will feature a conventional “scissor” style opening roor, while 640 models will feature a rising side arm.

The 640s will all be issued with an MTPLM of 4,300kg, however, which means they can only be driven by people with a C1 licence. Adria says this is the only way to make sure a four-berth van at such a length has a safe payload.

The Sports range will be distinguished with a red line decal on the outside, while there is also an external shower.

Four models are included in the range, including the 640 SPB GB with the sliding door on the “right” side for UK drivers.

The new model is the 640SG. This features two single beds at the back that are suspended from the ceiling and can be raised and lowered on a rack system or completely removed to make more room for sporting equipment or other heavy items. The bedroom’s overhead lockers are made of fabric and can be easily removed to be used as bags with their own handles. An optional racking system for surfboards or canoes is also available.

The Adria Twin

The Twin Sports 640SG

Coral and Matrix Plus and Supreme models were upgraded last year, when Axess was left unchanged. The Axess models’ upgrade this year means that they now come with a double floor, and so feature a flat floor inside all the way back to the rear, and a taller garage. They also have a larger electric drop-down bed that fits more easily into the ceiling. The double floor also holds the water tank. Three Matrix Axess models are included – the 600SL, SP and DT – while in Coral there is just the 600SL.

The Coral XL models come with a new overcab that includes three windows. There will be two models in the range, in Axess spec only: the 600DP with a transverse bed at the back, and the 670DK with a double lounge in the front and bunks at the back.

The Compact range returns for 2022, but, as with the Twin Sports range, in Supreme spec only.

The Alde-heated A-class Sonic range will also only be available in Supreme spec, and in three different layouts: 700DC, 700DL and 700SL. For 2022 they will have a bigger pull-down cab bed, an upgraded washroom, and space for a 28-inch TV.

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