THE 2021 SEASON is a milestone year for Auto-Sleepers as it celebrates its 60th anniversary. It will also mark the 20th anniversary of its Nuevo model.

As that continues to be one of the brand’s most popular coachbuilt models, to commemorate the anniversary Auto-Sleepers will be launching a brand-new limited-edition Nuevo.

This edition will benefit form many specification enhancements including a Truma roof air conditioning system, linked to the Truma heating system. The limited-edition Nuevo will also come with an exclusive new Belgian interior colour scheme and kitchen splashback as standard.

January 2021 will also see the introduction of a brand new Broadway EL model, built on a long-wheelbase chassis and measuring at 6.6m in total. Featuring a fully equipped kitchen and a spacious rear lounge, the roomy interior will offer users an array of versatile sleeping arrangements, with full-size single beds that can be turned into a large double bed. Other space-saving features include a swing wall washroom behind the driver’s seat. This allows living space to be maximised and so complements the open-plan design.

Auto-Sleepers: A quick history

The Kingham, one of Auto-Sleepers’ popular van conversion models

With 60 years’ experience in trying to meet the needs of customers looking for the best in British-build motorhomes, Auto-Sleepers is based at Willersey in the Cotswolds. The company still takes great pride in its hand craftsmanship and design expertise. The furniture, fittings and fitments are all hand built to offer many years of pleasure.

The company’s designers use and live with its motorhomes, so they know from experience what works and how to make the best use of every cubic centimetre of interior space.

Visit Hall 6 Advice Lounge & Event Theatre where, on Tuesday 13th October at 10am, Debbie North from The Outdoor Guide is talking about using an Auto-Sleepers Fairford van conversion for Accessible Campervanning.

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