Hobby has launched a new three-model overcab range for the 2021 season, to replace its existing Siesta range and bring it more in line with its other entry-level models.

Like the Optima On Tour range, the Optima Overcabs are based on a Citroen and aim to have the same look and feel as On Tour low-profiles. The three models that will be available for next season include two transverse bed models, the A60GF and the longer A70GFM with a much larger front dinette. There is also the A65KM, with lateral bunks in the rear.

The German manufacturer has also added three new layouts to the continuing On Tour and slightly more upmarket On Tour De Luxe low-profile ranges.

The Citroen-based T70E and T70F are both 6.99m long and both have a washroom at the rear. The T70E has two fixed single beds while the T70F has a French bed.

Hobby has also introduced the T70HGE, again 6.99m long but this time with fixed single beds in the rear and a drop-down bed over the front dinette, into its Fiat-based Optima De Luxe range.

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