The motorhome you see here is one of a number of models that Lunar launched at last October’s NEC show, marking the company’s return to producing coachbuilt motorhomes for the first time in years.

It is doing so in its own factory in Preston, too, after a venture to have them produced in Italy proved short-lived.

This two-berth may be called the Lunar Roadstar EL, but that is already its second name: back in October it was known as the Telstar.

It was changed to be more in keeping with the other three ’vans in the range, all called Roadstar – although they are all four-berths.

This model is a two-berth, and the only one of the four with a large U-shaped rear lounge.

The low-level Renault chassis means there is no fold-out step that you have to climb onto to get in through the habitation door, but Lunar has still provided you with a grab handle immediately inside. The door has a proper internal handle, too.