An even bigger central front window that forms part of a new front profile, increased payload and pre-wiring for Wi-fi are just some of the new features that Bailey has introduced in its fifth generation Unicorn range.

The central window on the new Unicorns is 50% bigger than it was on the Unicorn Black Editions, and more seamlessly integrated into the Alu-Tech shell.

Following customer demand for more payload, MTPLMs have been increased on all continuing models. The caravans also come pre-wired for Wi-fi, with an Avtex router available as an option.

The upmarket caravan range remains as seven models, with all island bed models remaining as before. The corner bed Valencia has been dropped, along with the two-berth Merida, but in their place the Madrid, a four berth with a side dinette, has been reintroduced, while the two-berth Seville continues with a slightly altered rear washroom. The four-berth fixed single bed Cadiz completes the range.

Prices range from £26,799 to £30,699. That represents a price rise of around 5% on pre-existing Unicorn Black edition models.

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