CARAVAN SALON Düsseldorf 2019
Location: Düsseldorf Trade Fair - Stockumer Kirchstraße - 40474 Düsseldorf, Germany
Leading international trade fair and stage for global launches revolving around mobile leisure
This is the beating heart of caravanning: at CARAVAN SALON Düsseldorf from 31 August to 8 September 2019 (trade visitors’ day on 30 August) visitors can look forward to a unique line-up all about mobile leisure. Commenting on this, Director Stefan Koschke said: “Once again the Düsseldorf exhibition centre will become the prime meeting place for all caravanning enthusiasts, lovers and fans for ten days. At this the world’s biggest trade fair for motorhomes and caravans in excess of 600 exhibitors will present a wealth of world’s first, premieres and innovations on 214,000 square metres of exhibition space. Here, the industry also ventures a glance into the future of mobile travelling presenting studies or attention-grabbing prototypes. CARAVAN SALON is the highlight of the year for both visitors and exhibitors alike.” In Düsseldorf over 130 caravan and motorhome brands with over 2,100 recreational vehicles await to be marvelled at – showcasing everything to make caravan users’ hearts race – from mini caravans with a sleeping place and cooking facilities for lower budgets to luxury homes “on wheels”. Proven layouts and vehicle classics feature just as prominently in the ranges as do brand new models for the 2020 season on display for the first time at CARAVAN SALON. Additionally, visitors will – as usual – also find accessories, attachments, tents, awnings, mobile homes, holiday destinations as well as campsites and RV parks in 13 halls and the outdoor area.
Ever Greater Diversity of Vehicles and Product Innovations
In the halls of the Düsseldorf exhibition centre all renowned international manufacturers will showcase their latest motorhomes and caravans. They cover the full gamut of vehicles from compact, smart models to spacious luxury mobiles.
Driven by the demand for motorhomes and caravans that has been rising for years ever new brands are entering the market. Moreover, the established labels are continuously expanding their model portfolio. The manufacturers of large premium vehicles are launching more and more compact and lower-cost vehicles while the vendors of small vehicles make increasing inroads into the middle and upper classes. And the choice of basic vehicles available for motorhomes is also rising. The new Crafter has been on the market now for two years, manufactured by VW itself again after an end to the joint venture with Mercedes-Benz. Since last year, the TGE – identical in construction to the Crafter – has been available from MAN. Mercedes in turn launched the new Sprinter last year.