It’s that time of year again: launch season! And as members of the Practical Motorhome team travel across the UK and Europe to find out what’s new in the world of motorcaravanning for 2017, this is the place to be.

We’ll update this page every time we publish a new story, so come back to make sure you’re up to speed with the latest news. Whether you’re scouring the motorhomes for sale pages, dreaming of your next ’van, or just wondering what you’re going to see at the NEC Birmingham in October, look no further. From campervans to A-classes and everything in between, we’ve something for everyone.

First, our Digital Editor Lizzie Pope went to Germany to see what Westfalia has in store for next season. Right across the Amundsen, Columbus and Club Joker ranges, numerous detail upgrades look set to make life on the road easier than ever. Click here to find out more.

She also went to France where Chausson revealed its exciting plans for 2017. While there are many new motorhomes and updated specifications, the big news concerns two models in particular which showcase what the manufacturer claims are never-before-seen layouts. We’re sure that’s made you sit up and listen, so read our report now!

As the new Euro 6 emissions regulations come into force, we also have news from the PSA Group, parent company of Peugeot and Citroën. If you’re one of the many motorcaravanners who enjoys touring in a Peugeot Boxer-based ’van, you’ll want to find out more about the latest version, so be sure to click here.

Or perhaps you are one of the many whose motorhome rides on a Fiat Ducato? Well, we’ve been to Italy to learn more about and to get behind the wheel of the new Euro 6-compliant Ducato – and its new Talento sibling. Click here for the full story.

We’ve also taken a look at the 2017 Hobby line-up. As the brand aims to increase its presence in the UK, make sure you’re in tune with its latest Vantana, Optima De Luxe and Siesta De Luxe models – find out more!

Another German brand, Bürstner, has also revealed its new-season range. As it marks three decades of motorhome production, our Editor Niall Hampton found out what the company has in store for 2017 – just click here.

Staying in Germany, Niall also paid a visit to Carthago. To find out what this upmarket brand is doing for the new season, be sure to read his report. And don’t forget to check out the exciting 2017 offerings from Carthago sub-brand Malibu which is expanding its British range! Find out more.

Our first British new-season ’vans come from Bailey and it is the Autograph range that is receiving a revamp this time. Check out the latest Bailey motorhomes right here, as the brand raises its game and takes the fight to European rivals.

Next, we’ve details of the 2017 line-up from Adria. Editor Niall has been to check out the newest ’vans from the ever-popular Slovenian manufacturer. See the new Platinum Collection and much more in our report.

And, in more base vehicle news, as well as details of Fiat and the PSA Group’s Euro 6-ready vans, check out the latest news from Renault.

Dethleffs has also revealed its new line-up. Practical Motorhome Editor Niall went to Germany to find out about the revised Magic Edition, the new entry-level models and more – just click here.

And make sure you check out the latest from Trigano Group’s Tribute and Roller Teamfind out more!

Our Editor Niall can also reveal the 2017 portfolio of Elddis motorhomes. Changes are minimal for the new season, but with the company’s first ever ’van with a drop-down bed, you’ll want to read the latest – click here.

We’ve also got news from another British brand, Swift – and with big changes to the Escape line-up for 2017, you’re going to want to be sure you catch up on the latest news.

And don’t forget to come back soon for more new motorhome news.