The Mink Highlander has made its NEC Show debut at the February show this week (21st-26th February).

Unlike the Mink Camper, which comes in a stylish yellow, the small caravan has an eye-catching matt black finish. It’s well suited to negotiating rough terrains too, as it comes with larger fenders and tyres, providing more ground clearance.

Queen size bed in Mink Highlander

Inside the caravan, a queen sized bed, measuring 6’7″ x 4’6″, offers a luxurious sleeping experience, thanks to a memory-foam mattress, an under-bed heating system, and airflow ventilation. From here, people will be able to use the large star-gaze skylight to look up at the night sky too.

The Mink Highlander isn’t the only caravan making its debut at the NEC Show this week, with the Adria Altea Tyne appearing for the first time, as well as Bailey’s second-generation Discovery range, which includes the brand new D4-4L. It is also the first time people have been able to try out Vango ViewAR, allowing customers to see tents and awnings in augmented reality.

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