THIS SEASON IT is the turn of the Adora, Adria’s mid-market range of caravans, to get an overhaul. The Slovenian firm has come up with a completely new exterior, which includes wind diffusers running up both sides of the front panel, designed to assist in towing.
Adoras also now come with Al-Ko’s ATC trailer stability system as an option, as well as an AKS stabiliser. Other improvements to feature on the front panel include notches in the bottom to guide you to where the corner steadies are. There’s an awning rail down both sides of the exterior, too, to help caravanners who like to fit a front cover to their van.
The rear panel has been improved, and with a more curved top, the new-look Adria Adora’s rear now also comes with a third multifunctional LED light array.
Inside, the front lounge now includes what Adria claims is the largest panoramic sunroof offered as standard on any caravan that is sold in the UK. The settees have detachable roll-up headrests, while the impressive new sound system has hidden speakers and a Bluetooth amplifier is fitted as standard.
Finally, Adria has installed a rail that runs around the inside walls of the whole caravan, including the kitchen. Onto this you can hang a selection of optional trays and baskets.
The Adora continues with three of the same layouts – the four-berth Isonzo and Seine and the five-berth, twin-axle Sava.
The Tiber, a new model with an in-line island bed, will be introduced later this year.
The Alpina and Altea ranges retain the same layouts and have only been updated with new graphics this year. Lower external panelling on the single-model Action caravan, meanwhile, will be graphite rather than blue.
Adria Mobil: A quick history
Adria UK is a subsidiary of Adria Mobil (part of the Trigano Group), one of the leading European manufacturers of caravans, motorhomes and mobile homes. Its history goes back to 1965, when the first caravan, the Adria 375, was manufactured at the firm’s factory in Novo Mesto, Slovenia.
Adria Mobil specialises in the development, production and marketing of leisure vehicles. By offering a full range of services, constantly coming up with innovations and adapting products to customer needs, the firm maintains a competitive advantage, while the Adria brand is among the most recognisable and popular in the European caravanning market.
Adria UK, which is based in Sudbury, Suffolk, is largely autonomous and has a warehouse for parts, and provides after-sales support and marketing.
In conversation with…
Practical Caravan will be talking to Slavica Sterk, from Adria UK, in the Van Live! Event Theatre (Hall 6) throughout the show. Discover how Slavica found her love for camping and find out more about Adria’s plans for the future.
The Slovenian firm has come up with a completely new exterior, which includes wind diffusers, designed to assist in towing