THE MAIN FOCUS for Bailey this autumn will be its new fifth-generation Unicorn.
The range now includes a central front window that is 50% bigger than it was on the Unicorn Black Editions, and which has been more seamlessly integrated into the panel.
In response to customer feedback, payloads on all models have also been increased.
Attention has been given to bringing the caravans up to date with technology, too, so Unicorns now come pre-wired for Wi-Fi, and you can have an Avtex router as a factory-fitted cost option.
The new range includes all existing island-bed models )the single-axle Vigo and Cabrera and twin-axle Cartegena and Pamplona), and the fixed-single-bed Cadiz. The Madrid, a four-berth with a side dinette, is back, as is the two-berth Seville, albeit with a slightly redesigned rear washroom.
The 8ft-wide Pegasus Grande SE range has expanded, with the arrival of the Ancona. This five-berth single-axle includes a children’s lounge at the rear, which you can turn into a double bed below a bunk.