Auto-Trail are proud to announce its support of the Tyco BMW British Superbike Team for the 2017 season by supplying the BMW factory team with a bespoke motorhome for use throughout the year.
As a true British brand, Auto-Trail have been interesting in supporting a British Superbike team for some time and feel the success of the Tyco BMW team fits well with the achievements and the character of Auto-Trail’s products.
Motorhomes are a popular mode of transport and accommodation for motorsport teams and fans, providing the management, riders or support crew a relaxing and comfortable space to conduct meetings, give interviews or just unwind after a long days racing.

The Tyco BMW team consists of three top level riders for 2017 - young talent, Christian Iddon; TT legend, Ian Hutchinson and new arrival for the season Davide Giugliano. 
Russell Hensman, Auto-Trail’s Marketing Manager commented “We are thrilled to have teamed up with such a force in the British Superbike roster, Tyco and BMW are two fantastic brands and Philip’s team is one of the most recognisable and popular on the circuit; we look forward to working with them further in the coming seasons”.
The team have chosen a 2017 Frontier Serrano, which features a fixed rear bed, a luxury bathroom and a lounge area towards the cab; all trimmed in leather. Storage space has been further increased by raising the height of the bed, creating sufficient space for a paddock scooter under the rear bed with easy access. The exterior of the motorhome has been adorned with the team branding ensuring the relationship is prominent both beside the track and on the road.
The vehicle was handed over to Philip Neill, Team Managing Director, at the first race of the season at Donington Park, where the team achieved two hard-earned podium finishes.

The Auto-Trail Tribute 726, a brand new layout for 2017 has won the Caravan and Motorhome Club best coachbuilt from £42k - £47k award!

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2017 Website

A brand-new Auto-Trail website has been designed and developed for the 2017 season to satisfy the large increase in visitors and page views over the last 12 months.

Improved navigation and user experience has been the focus of this new project, allowing our customers to find the models and technical information they need in the quickest and most convenient manner.

The redesign has enabled the addition of several new features to help find the perfect motorhome, including a new comparison section where you can select up to three vehicles side by side, allowing you to compare the most significant technical specifications quickly and easily.

Not sure which motorhome ticks all the right boxes for you? A new ‘Motorhome Selector’ feature asks all the relevant questions, such as the type of trips you make, berth & belts, luggage space requirements and GVW; this then returns all the vehicles which fit your criteria effortlessly.

The Tribute brand, built in the UK by Auto-Trail, is now a prominent feature of the 2017 website, bringing this popular marque directly into the Auto-Trail range.

Other useful features remain including the popular Weight Calculator, the comprehensive technical specifications on all vehicles and the Stockist Locator, which now allows you to now contact a dealer directly.

“We are very pleased with the result of the all the hard work and effort put into the new Auto-Trail website. It has been developed with lots of customer input, together with a dedicated web development team and the feedback we have received regarding all the new features has been extremely positive.” Russell Hensman, Marketing Manager.


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