Venus was the first range Lunar launched as an entirely separate brand, with, in some cases, individual dealers who do not otherwise deal in Lunar caravans.

For the 2018 season the whole range has been given a new look, with new graphics and an awning light on the outside, new grey ‘Aldira’ soft furnishings, brushed oak locker doors with satin handles (which were apparently the result of many hours of discussion with Italian supplier Technoform), and cream laminate kitchen worktops.

Venus is very much an entry-level brand that aims to meet the needs of younger caravanners.

At this season’s launch, there was even talk of the stereo offered as an optional extra for the range not including a CD player, something that might cause the older generation to shudder.

Here we are looking at the Venus 620/6, the biggest model in the range and the line-up’s only twin-axle, a six-berth with a rear French bed and a side dinette.

Are budget-conscious young families going to be swayed by this new look?