History 1991 - 2000
The History of Concorde Motorhomes
2000•The new Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is adopted as base vehicle. The company´s first motorhomes on a 7.5 tonne chassis.
•Launch of the MAN 8226 based Concorde C1 in Dusseldorf.
1999•Launch of the new "Concept" and "Charisma" series as alcove models based on the new Iveco Daily.
•Launch of a completely new model of integrated.
1998•Readers of promobil vote the Charisma and Compact Motorhomes of the Year.
1997•Launch of Concorde´s first integrated.
•The Compact achieves first place in the promobil "Motorhome of the Year" vote for the first time.
1996•Sale of the company´s premises in Zellingen. New administrative and workshop buildings constructed in Aschbach.
•Relocation to Aschbach at the end of the year.
1995•New models with double floor chassis based on the Iveco Daily and the new Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.
1994•Launch of the new alcove generation with double floor chassis based on the Fiat Ducato at the Caravan Show in Dusseldorf.
•Launch of the "Compact", a van conversion based on the new Ducato.
1992•Launch of advanced alcove models.
•Comprehensive construction and investment in Aschbach.
•Voted first and second for the first time in the “promobil” magazine "Motorhomes of the year" competition.
•In the first three every year since.
1991•Construction of a new 1.000 square metre production workshop for the sports models in Zellingen.