Interview with John Frew

I think that customers looking for a compact motorhome are looking for agility, ease of manoeuvring and driving, parking, off-grid or on campsites, space inside and also ease of getting on and off ferries.
The main features that might interest customers unfamiliar with Wingamm are the fibreglass monocoque construction, which sets them apart from anything else on the market at the moment, also the unique layout, particularly with the 540, which offers so much living space in such a short van of only 5.4 metres, and the insulation, not only to keep the heat in in winter, but also to keep it out in summer, when it is warmer.

The Wingamm would be popular for people who want to try it before they buy, mainly because of the size, because it is a shorter van, people who are perhaps not used to driving motorhomes would be more comfortable driving 5.4 or 6 metre motorhomes rather than 7.5 or roller-teams, quick getaways, that sort of thing.
It is also a good rental vehicle because of its durability: the fibreglass monocoque structure is quite robust, so it withstands the damage that inevitably occurs with rental vehicles, and the interior components are also very strong.