25 March 2022
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MOBILVETTA wins 'Premium Camper under 7m' category at the Caravan and Motorhome Club's Motorhome and Campervan Design Awards

The Mobilvetta K-Yacht Tekno Line 59 model won first prize in the Premium Camper A under 7 metres category at the 23rd edition of the Motorhome and Campervan Design Awards from the UK’s Caravan and Motorhome Club.

The K-Yacht Tekno Line 59 passed the scrutiny of the jury who evaluated it according to numerous criteria: from electrical and safety systems, to the comfort of the interior environments (kitchen and toilet in particular), ventilation and heating systems, stowage, more technical aspects such as electrical systems and safety, driving comfort, visibility, travel safety and ergonomics.

This award follows the Mobilvetta K-Yacht Tekno Line 79 ‘Best camper/motorhome under £90,000 in 2020.

The K-Yacht Tekno Line 59 model is a motorhome with a unique layout for the UK. The K-Yacht Tekno Line range corresponds to the Kea I range marketed in Europe.  The motorhome offers 4 homologated seats and three berths in just 5.99 meters in length, using the fold-down bed that descends onto the cabin from above the dinette.  The interior has a large toilet on the rear of the camper and a large dinette and kitchen. A 10-year guarantee for the K-Yacht Tekno Line range protects against infiltrations thanks to the 10 years Body Integrity program.

Nick Lomas, Director General of the Caravan and Motorhome Club complimented Mobilvetta adding: “The Caravan and Motorhome Club organizes this competition and to decide the winners takes into consideration all the most important elements to be evaluated at the time of purchase. With our analyzes we will help the next buyers to make the best choice. We also hope that our work will be inspiring and that many will begin to see holidays on motorcaravans as a viable option for great adventures and vacations.”