Wingamm: the all-Italian art of compact semi-integral in fiberglass monocoque

December 23, 2020 – Although the production of recreational vehicles in Italy is very large, the only company that produces them in series and that can be said to be truly Italian is the Venetian Wingamm. All the other brands – such as CI, Roller Team, Laika, Etrusco, Rimor, Arca or Mobilvetta, just to name a few of the best known – are owned by foreign producers. Wingamm is not only the last Italian manufacturer on an industrial level, but it is also a real world-wide technical excellence, thanks to its fiberglass monocoque construction and very refined design.

Of course we are not talking about products with popular prices, but they are all vehicles whose value remains very high over time. We also like Wingamm’s philosophy because it has always focused almost all its cards on compact vehicles: for example, it is the only company to offer a semi-integrated unit just 5.4 meters long, the Oasi 540. The only concession that for some time it has been made fashionable is that of twin beds, proposed on a specific model, which in any case stops at 6.90 meters.

Wingamm, at the end of this very special year for the world and for the recreational vehicle industry, has made 4 videos to present its main models. And since three of these fully fall within the philosophy of, we propose them to you, together with that of the older brother who, despite the slightly larger size, still has a charm of him. Good vision!

Wingamm Oasi 540

Wingamm Oasi 610 ST e GL

Wingamm Oasi 690 Twins

Wingamm Brownie

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Paolo Galvani

Nato nel 1964, è giornalista professionista dal 1990 e imprenditore dal 2007. Si occupa di tecnologia dalla fine degli Anni '80, prima come giornalista poi come traduttore specializzato, e da circa tre decenni ama girare in camper. Dalla fine di maggio del 2019 è diventato "fulltimer". A luglio 2019 ha lanciato il blog

Born in 1964, he has been a professional journalist since 1990 and an entrepreneur since 2007. He has been involved in technology since the end of the 1980s, first as a journalist and then as a specialized translator, and for about three decades he has loved traveling in a motorhome. Since the end of May 2019 he has become a "fulltimer". In July 2019 he launched the blog