Auto-Sleeper introduces the Air campervan for 2022

The Auto-Sleeper Air with its roof popped

Auto-Sleeper has introduced a multipurpose campervan back into its offerings for 2022, in the wake of huge growth in the leisure vehicle market.

The Air is based on the Ford Transit van and is a great option for those looking for something compact but full of all the essentials you need.

Anyone new to owning a campervan would find the Air easy to drive and easy to park, unlike some of the larger leisure vehicles now available.

Among the driving features you can expect included as standard are satellite navigation, emergency assistance, speed sign recognition and intelligent adaptive cruise control.

There’s also a rear view camera, parking sensors, lane keeping alert, power fold mirrors, blind spot information and cross traffic alert.

Outside, the metallic paint gives the Air a sleek finish, while privacy glass is an added bonus for nights away from home.

Inside, there’s an eight-inch touch screen entertainment system, complete with DAB, MP3 and Bluetooth functionality for all your needs.

Despite its compact size, up to four people can sleep in the Air, with the roof bed perfect for kids, making it a good family camper.

A Dometic portable toilet, Webasto ambient heating, integrated fridge, two-burner hob and separate grill, mains electricity, and a gas BBQ point will keep everyone fed and comfortable.

The cold water shower point, and fresh and waste water storage tanks complete all the essentials.

Dave Williams, Auto-Sleeper sales and marketing director, said: “Auto-Sleeper van conversions are renowned for delivering class leading luxury models with enviable residual values in the industry.

“This stunning new camper is no different and delivers a premium specification with safety and essential features as standard compared to others in its class. We really think it will be a fantastic addition to the range.”

Auto-Sleeper has been making leisure vehicles in the UK for 60 years and its models are a common sight across the nation’s roads.