Coachman is expanding its ranges with new models for the 2021 season in both the upmarket Laser and more entry level Acadia ranges.

Lasers have previously all been twin-axle model, but this season sees the launch of the first single axle Laser. The eight-foot-wide Laser 575 Xcel features Coachman’s best selling transverse bed and end washroom layout.

There’s also a new twin-ale model. The Laser 845 Xcel, also eight-foot wide, includes an L-shaped front lounge and a rear island bed.

The Acadia range, formed last year by the merger of the Vision and Pastiche ranges, gets two new eight-foot-wide models, the 830 Xcel, with an L-shaped front lounge and bunks in the rear in front of an end washroom, and the 875 Xcel.

There are no new VIP models, but Coachman’s best selling range now comes with Dometic’s Series 10 fridge, with a two-way opening door, fitted as standard.

All three ranges also now come with Al-Ko’s Automatic Adjustment (AAA) Premium Brake. This self-adjusting brake is designed to reduce a caravan’s overall stopping distance.