Swift unveiled the first models in two of its new for 2023 motorhome ranges at the Motorhome and Caravan Show at the NEC last week.
The Carrera range of Fiat-based van conversions comes with a Lanzarote grey exterior and includes cruise control and DAB radio as standard.
The vans’ washrooms feature marbling on the walls and a turquoise splashback behind a two-tone fold-up washbasin.
Innovative features elsewhere include a small exterior table that folds out from the outside edge of the kitchen peninsula, and kitchen extensions that you pull out from the edge of the kitchen unit and slot into place, instead of folding out.
Models on display at the NEC include the 122, a 6m-long rear lounge two-berth; the 132, 6.36m-long two-berth with a a second cupboard unit behind the driver’s seat that effectively creates a front lounge in addition to the rear lounge; and the 144, a 6m-long rear lounge model with four travel seats and a third berth up front.
There are currently five models in the range, which also includes the 184, a 6.36m-long rear lounge four-berth, and the 194, a three berth the same length with fixed single beds at the rear.
Also on display is the Ascari 372, a two berth with a rear lounge that is one of two models in a new narrow low profile range.
Each model has a width of just 2.24m, and comes with an opening sun roof, and comes with a reversing camera as standard. For this new range Swift has stuck with Fiat as a base vehicle, in contrast to the new Ford-based Voyager range. This includes the Swift Voyager 584, the winner of the best low-profile motorhome category at the Practical Motorhome Awards 2023.
You can find out more about Swift in our guide to the best motorhome manufacturers.
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