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Wingamm returns to the UK


Italian manufactur­er, Wingamm, which builds motorhomes with unique monocoque bodyshells, is returning to the UK market and has appointed its first dealer – BC Motorhomes in Ayr, Scotland – with more dealers expected to be announced later in the year.

Wingamm motorhomes are compact (from only 5.4m long) and have several notable features, including one-piece glass-fibre monocoque bodyshells with a 15-year water ingress warranty, and drop-down beds fitted longitudin­ally for easier access.

Wingamm has been producing monocoque bodyshells since 1977 and is the only manufactur­er in Italy that is still family-owned and independen­t.

There are three Wingamm motorhome models available in the UK, all based on the Fiat Ducato with a 2.3-litre, 140bhp engine as standard: the Brownie (from £70,849), City-Suite (from £60,913) and Oasi (from £68,980). These range from 5.4m to 6.9m in length. They will be available with an oven for UK customers, plus a wide choice of options.

Wingamm UK hopes to organise a national roadshow in 2021. In the meantime, BC Motorhomes is offering video tours of all models and nationwide delivery.

Commenting on the appointmen­t of BC Motorhomes, Lorena Turri, Wingamm’s Commercial Director, said, “As the only independen­t and family-run motorhome manufactur­er in Italy, we are pleased to start working with another family-run motorhome specialist in the UK – BC Motorhomes – who are as passionate about motorhomes and customer service as we are. We know they will provide a profession­al service to everyone who buys a Wingamm.”

Calum Watson, Director of Wingamm UK and founder of BC Motorhomes, added, “Motorhomes are my biggest passion, so I am delighted to add an exceptiona­l and distinctiv­e brand like Wingamm to our portfolio of luxury brands. They really are very impressive vehicles. We sold our first examples incredibly quickly, and are now looking forward to introducin­g Wingamm motorhomes to more people across the UK in 2021.”

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