Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022

The results of the Caravan and Motorhome Club Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022 have been announced.

Judging took place during the Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show at the NEC in February and via desktop assessment prior to viewing the vehicles. Seventy-two vehicles were submitted for the Motorhome and Campervan Design Awards. The Competition provides the best quality, and quantity, of information to members and buyers.

The assessment criteria included electrics and safety, comfort, kitchen/washrooms, air conditioning, heating and ventilation systems, technical aspects, and stowage. Although the judges did not drive the vehicles, the scoring of the vehicles still evaluated driving elements such as seating positions, handbrake positions, visibility, safety whilst travelling in habitation area, front-seat comfort, and driver ergonomics.  Before going to the NEC, the expert panel collectively spent over one thousand hours going through an immense amount of data from websites, brochures, handbooks, and entry forms to complete in-depth evaluations via desktop –  the judges then went to the NEC to physically view the vehicles to complete this comprehensive judging process.

Nick Lomas, Director General of the Caravan and Motorhome Club said,

“Our congratulations to all the winners.  The Caravan and Motorhome Club organises this competition and compiles the data based on the important considerations when buying a motorhome or campervan.  This invaluable source of information will provide people with the information they will need to help with their next motorhome or campervan purchase.  We hope it will inspire many people to look at leisure vehicle holidays as an option to explore, have adventures and great holidays.” 

Grenville Chamberlain OBE, Chairman of the Caravan and Motorhome Club, who announced the results commented,

“Our sincere thanks go to the industry for their continued support of this event.  Huge congratulations to all the worthy winners.”

Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022
Winners

Campervans under 5 metres

Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022 - Auto-Sleeper Ford Air Campervan

Auto-Sleeper Ford Air Campervan

Entry List:

  • Auto-Sleeper Ford Air Campervan
  • Bilbo’s Camper Conversions Ltd Nexa Plus High Top
  • Volksleisure North Star
  • Wellhouse Leisure Ford Custom Trento 3
  • WildAx Ford Proteus

Campervans over 5 metres

Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022 - Three Bridge Tourer

Three Bridge Tourer

Entry List:

  • Ecowagon Volkswagen T6.1 Expo Plus
  • Three Bridge Tourer
  • VisionTech Automotive Latitude

Van Conversions with a rising or pop top roof under 6 metres

Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022 - Adria Twin Sports 600 SPB

Adria Twin Sports 600 SPB

Entry List:

  • Adria Twin Sports 600 SPB
  • Compass Avantgarde CV80
  • Elddis Autoquest CV80
  • Weinsberg CaraBus 540 MQ

Van Conversions with a rising or pop top roof over 6 metres

Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022 - Three Bridge Trek

Three Bridge Trek

Entry List:

  • Adria Twin Sports 640 SG
  • Auto-Trail Expedition 68
  • Three Bridge Trek

Van Conversions with a fixed roof under 6 metres

Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022 - RP Motorhomes Exclusive Twin Rebel AWD

RP Motorhomes Exclusive Twin Rebel AWD

Entry List:

  • Auto-Trail Expedition 66
  • Compass Avantgarde CV20
  • Elddis Autoquest CV40
  • Knaus BoxStar 600 Street
  • Malibu compact 540 DB
  • Rimor Fiat Horus 38
  • RP Motorhomes Exclusive Twin Rebel AWD
  • WildAx Citroën Pulsar

Van Conversions with a fixed roof over 6 metres

Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022 - WildAx Citroën Solaris XL

WildAx Citroën Solaris XL

Entry List:

  • Adria Twin Supreme 640 SPB Family
  • Auto-Sleeper Peugeot Kingham
  • Auto-Trail V-Line 635 Sport
  • Malibu charming GT skyview 640 LE RB
  • RP Motorhomes Rebellion 4
  • WildAx Citroën Solaris XL

Two-Berth Coachbuilt motorhomes

Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022 - Adria Compact Supreme DL

Adria Compact Supreme DL

Entry List:

  • Auto-Sleeper Peugeot Broadway EL
  • Auto-Trail F-Line F 68
  • Carthago c-tourer Mercedes-Benz T 148 LE H Comfort
  • Compass Navigator 120
  • Elddis Accordo 105
  • Pilote P696U Expression

Up to Four-Berth Coachbuilt motorhomes under 7 metres

Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022 -Chausson Ford 660 EXCLUSIVE LINE

Chausson Ford 660 EXCLUSIVE LINE

Entry List:

  • Auto-Trail Expedition C 63
  • Bailey Adamo 69-4
  • Chausson Ford 660 EXCLUSIVE LINE
  • Elddis Accordo 135
  • Knaus Vansation Wave 640 MAN
  • Pilote P626D Évidence
  • Roller Team T-Line 700

Up to Four-Berth Coachbuilt motorhomes over 7 metres

Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022 - Adria Coral Supreme 670 DL

Adria Coral Supreme 670 DL

Entry List:

  • Adria Coral Supreme 670 DL
  • Bailey Autograph 79-4I
  • Compass Avantgarde 150
  • Elddis Encore 255
  • Knaus Sky Ti 700 MEG Platinum
  • Rimor Ford Evo 66 Plus
  • Weinsberg Pepper Suite MB 640MEG

Up to Six-Berth Coachbuilt motorhomes under 8 metres

Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022 - Rimor Ford Evo 77 Plus

Rimor Ford Evo 77 Plus

Entry List:

  • Auto-Trail Expedition C 73
  • Bailey Adamo 75-4DL
  • Compass Avantgarde 196
  • Elddis Autoquest 196
  • Joa Camp 75Q
  • Rimor Ford Evo 77 Plus
  • Roller Team Auto-Roller 707

Up to Six-Berth Coachbuilt motorhomes over 8 metres

Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022- Bailey Autograph 81-6

Bailey Autograph 81-6

Entry List:

  • Auto-Trail Frontier Scout
  • Bailey Autograph 81-6

A Class under 7 metres

Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022 - Mobilvetta Tekno Line K-Yacht 59

Mobilvetta Tekno Line K-Yacht 59

List Entry:

  • Auto-Trail Grande Frontier GF-70
  • Carthago Compactline I 143 LE Super-Lightweight
  • Malibu I 441 LE Touring
  • Mobilvetta Tekno Line K-Yacht 59
  • Weinsberg CaraCore 650MF

A Class 7 – 8 metres

Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022 - Adria Sonic Supreme 700 DL

Adria Sonic Supreme 700 DL

Entry List:

  • Adria Sonic Supreme 700 DL
  • Carthago chic c-line Fiat Ducato I 4.9 LE L
  • Frankia F-Line I 680 Plus
  • Malibu I 500 QB Touring
  • Mobilvetta Tekno Line K-Yacht 95
  • Roller Team Pegaso 745

A Class over 8 metres

Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022 - Frankia I 8400 Plus Platin

Frankia I 8400 Plus Platin

Entry List:

  • Carthago chic c-line Mercedes-Benz Sprinter I 6.2 XL QB
  • Frankia I 8400 Plus Platin

For more information about the entrants in the Motorhome and Campervan Design Awards 2022 visit www.camc.com/motorhomedesignawards

For more information on the Caravan and Motorhome Club, please visit www.camc.com

To see last year’s Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards click HERE


Motorhome & Campervan Design Awards 2022 panel of experts:

Dan Cartwright 

Dan has been a passionate caravan and motorhome advocate since 1989 when as an eight-year-old child he spent a wonderful week in a 1950’s Willerby Wisp. Dan founded CaravanTimes in 2010 and has been there ever since. Dan is also a self-confessed petrol head and has been chief car tester and motorbike journalist at CaravanTimes since it started.

Andrew Ditton 

A Club member since 1987, Andrew has been towing his own caravan since he was 17 years old. Since then, he has towed a variety of outfits many thousands of miles as well as extensively holidaying and reviewing motorhomes. 

Martin Dorey

Martin is a writer, green activist and lifelong campervanner. He presented the BBC 2 show ‘One Man and his Campervan’ in 2011 and was guest judge on ‘Caravanner of the Year’ in 2016. Martin writes best-selling books about camping, including ‘Take the Slow Road’, a series covering driving beautiful routes.

Sammy Faircloth

Sammy Faircloth comes from a family of devoted caravan and motorhome enthusiasts and loves nothing more than touring with her family in the UK and abroad.  For the last six years she has written for the Caravan and Motorhome Club magazine and more recently joined the judging panel.  Her passion is her caravan and the great outdoors!

Mel and Ryan Philpott

Mel and Ryan are dedicated motorhomers.  Mel and Ryan produce the YouTube vlog ‘OvernightersTV’ sharing their motorhoming adventures.  Ryan has appeared in TV shows such as Rosemary and Thyme, EastEnders and London’s Burning, as well as touring UK theatres with Blood Brothers and most recently with Dickens Theatre Company. 

Martin Spencer 

A degree-qualified engineer, Martin’s been Club Technical Manager for 22 years overseeing practical advice for members while undertaking extensive industry engagement, government consultations and work on national/international standards development. His knowledge is underpinned by caravanning since the age of seven around most of the UK and Western Europe, and most recently motorhoming in Australia.

Mark Sutcliffe

Mark Sutcliffe is an experienced motoring, travel and touring journalist with extensive experience of caravans and motorhomes. A regular member of the Caravan and Motorhome Club Towcar of the Year judging team for over a decade, he is a former editor of ‘Which Caravan’ and a regular contributor to the Caravan and Motorhome Club Magazine.