AUTO-TRAIL IS CROWNING its 2021 season with the launch of an A-class range.
All three Fiat-based Grande Frontier models come with an integrated wraparound dashboard, fitted with motorhome-specific sat nav, smartphone connectivity and a rear-view camera.
Outside, along with LED daytime running lights and coast-style mirrors, you even get a puddle light on the driver’s door mirror.
Both the Grande Frontiers and the 2021 Tracker models will feature a new-look media centre that incorporates table storage, a grab handle and a 21.5in Avtex TV. There are two new models in the Tracker range, too – the RL, with a U-Shaped lounge, and the SB, with fixed single beds.
The Ford-based F-line range (which is now branded as Auto-Trail) also gets a new model, the 7.32m-long island-bed F74.
And there’s a new name for Auto-Trail’s campervans. The Expedition range features two models that are both 5.99m long.
Roller Team isn’t a British brand, but it’s distributed in the UK by Auto-Trail; there’s one new model in the line-up for the 2021 season.
The Zefiro 665 is a 6.41m-long four-berth with a transverse bed at the rear, which can be raised to make more room for the garage below, and a drop-down bed over the dinette.
Both the Auto-Roller and the Pegaso ranges stay as just three models, although Auto-Rollers now come with grey sidewalls, a Skyroof panoramic roof light as standard and, as an option, a Moondust Silver cab.
The Auto-Roller and Pegaso line-ups now also come with a new double-screen rear-view camera, while in addition, the Pegasos are fitted with motorhome-specific sat nav.
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All three Fiat-based Grande Frontier models come with an integrated wraparound dashboard, fitted with motorhome-specific sat nav