Wingamm will debut its Oasi 540 Type B motorhome in Santa Monica, California, and Long Island, New York. The event is part of the European manufacturer’s expansion to the U.S. market with its luxury compact RVs.
The Wingamm Oasi 540 will be the first of many Type B motorhomes to be displayed in high foot-traffic locations in high-end malls. The units will be displayed in Santa Monica Place, steps away from the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Monica Pier, and Walt Whitman Shops in New York.
Lorena Turri, Wingamm CEO, called the U.S. expansion a dream come true.
“I can not think of a better place to debut the Oasi 540 than in California, home to many RV lovers and to one of the most beautiful, beachside luxury malls in the country,” Turri said. “The TM Motorhome Sales team and I look forward to having customers interact with the Oasi 540 and see for themselves just how special of a motorhome it truly is.”
Since the company’s announcement in July to bring the vehicle to the U.S., demand for the Wingamm Oasi 540 built an extensive waitlist. The company said the motorhome is the first micro class RV available for sale in the United States. Micro class RVs are vehicles less than 18 feet long that can sleep four people and include a full indoor bathroom.
“Most people buy day-to-day items online but there are some luxury products that you just have to see for yourself and experience to truly appreciate,” TM Motorhome Sales co-owner Tony Diamond said. “That is where retail remains king … We believe the Oasi 540 is a one-of-a-kind product and like other innovators, we trust the consumer to experience and adopt it as their primary choice when considering a motorhome.”
The U.S. motorhome will include features such as a custom fiberglass monocoque shell which includes innovations in the design and functionality, particularly in the bedroom, bathroom, sewage system and climate controls. In addition, the Oasi 540 is equipped with a satellite to address remote access concerns.
The Wingamm Oasi 540 will be on display in Santa Monica Place from Nov. 15 through Dec. 15. A nationwide rollout is planned for 2022.