Taking a look at the all new Corinium RB from Auto-Sleepers

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Taking a look at the all new Corinium RB from Auto-Sleepers

Friday, 29, Jul 2016 10:10

by Joe Jeffrey

Auto-Sleepers have unveiled the all new Corinium RB and CaravanTimes went to take a look around

Auto-Sleepers have announced the introduction of the Corinium RB, the third and final model to comprise of the Corinium Trio range, featuring an impressive island bed layout which looks set to complement the Corinium FB and Duo models successfully launched at Birmingham's NEC in February earlier this year.

The new RB layout, featuring an impressive island bed in its own private bedroom, is a first for Auto-Sleepers and comes following the company listening to both customers and dealers alike. Delivering a true 'wow' factor, the island bed enables an abundance of space and comfort, while offering the option of repositioning the bed when not in use in order to provide a reclined backrest for daytime use too. Storage is no problem either, with room under the bed capable of holding two large sunloungers.

Moving towards the front, the Corinium RB, built on an AL-KO chassis, features a spacious lounge capable of accommodating up to six people, while the option for rear travel seats is certain to appeal to couples and families alike. A fully featured kitchen including microwave and integrated storage for the dining table should enable lots of scope for rustling up hearty meals, while the centre washroom opposite completes the innovative floorplan.

Outside, when its time to go 'off-grid', two inline 105amp hour batteries with 80amp solar panel should provide for all you need to remain comfortable when exploring pastures new.

To find out more about the new Corinium RB and to take a look inside, check out our latest video above and let us know what you think of it in the comments below.

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