RV chassis builder AL-KO is hard at work on its own electric-driven frame for towables; the prototype works with towables weighing up to 7,000 pounds. AL-KO is also developing an electrified motorhome chassis that creates a plug-in hybrid motorhome.
On Feb. 19, RVIA Director of Federal Affairs Chris Bornemann will outline the various proposals to fund a massive federal infrastructure package during a members-only Driving Policy Webinar.
Airstream is experimenting with mounting an electric motor on the trailer’s axle, which could power the rear wheels and provide extra driving force while towing.
Not a Sprinter conversion, the Metris Weekender is a Mercedes-Benz pop-up camper van inspired by models of the past while integrating modern safety, reliability and convenience features.
The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) announced a new round of exclusions for products on List 3. This list covers nearly $200 billion in Chinese goods. This round of exclusions has the largest number of product exclusions announced by USTR to date. RV-specific items on this list include…
The new product will be equipped with a wireless power transmitter installed in the baseplate of the unit, which delivers electrical energy to charge an electric vehicle’s batteries through the air.
The average sale price of used towables (travel trailers and fifth wheels) was $15,253 in December 2019, according to Black Book’s monthly used RV market report. Prices were up more than 18 percent from December 2018.