Bailey Unicorn range to get new Vigo and Cordoba layouts
Bailey of Bristol has added two new layouts to its Unicorn range
Wednesday, 15, May 2013 04:33
by Chris Jefferies
The Bailey Unicorn range will be expanding with the addition of two new layouts, it has been announced today (15 May).
Relaunched last summer, the latest version of the Unicorn has proven to be a big success for the Bristol-based company, particularly due to its striking vertical sunroof.
And now Bailey hopes to build on this success by releasing the Unicorn Vigo and the Unicorn Cordoba.
Both four-berth layouts are similar to popular Unicorn layouts, but on a different sized Al-Ko chassis.
Built using Alu-Tech construction and with a GRP outer-skin, the specification levels are predictably high, with the Tracker stolen vehicle recovery system and 24-hour programmable Alde central heating both fitted as standard.
The Vigo features the space and convenience of a transverse island double bed, as found on the Unicorn Cartagena, but on a smaller single-axle chassis.
Meanwhile, the Cordoba is a larger version of the popular Unicorn Cadiz, and its fixed twin single beds should prove popular for families whose children have grown out of bunk beds.
What's more, this layout moves the wardrobe into the en-suite end washroom, freeing up space in the middle of the caravan for a full-height 190-litre fridge freezer.
Prices and weights are yet to be confirmed for these two new additions, but Bailey has said that they should arrive in dealerships before the end of June.