When Bailey launched its fourth-generation Unicorn range this summer, two models were yet to be revealed.

And now we are excited to look at one of them – the Madrid.

Even in its third-generation guise, the Madrid was a spacious van, occupying the same larger bodyshell that all except its strictly two-berth cousin, the Seville, enjoyed.

This time around it naturally shares all the design changes featured in the other Unicorn models – the absence of a bulkhead in front, the wooden cooker top and the redesigned gas bottle locker.

But although it has the same side dinette just ahead of the washroom, Bailey is no longer offering as an option the fourth bunk that you could have fitted above the bed that can be made out of this dinette.

Demand for this was apparently too small, so the 2018 Bailey Unicorn Madrid is strictly a three-berth only.

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