Built on the 2020 Ford Transit Chassis, the all-new Wonder Rear Lounge features a new layout with a spacious rear living area, modern design and technology…
Global Expedition Vehicles uses a Ford F-750 chassis to create the overlanding behemoth motorhome known as the UXV-MAX RV, which retails for $650,000.
Adventurer Manufacturing Ltd., maker of the award-winning truck camper brands Adventurer and Eagle Cap, recently announced the launch of a new brand.
Airstream unveiled its new 2020 Atlas motor coach recently, touting the RV’s luxury features and its sense of being “off-the-grid…”
Coachmen has announced the launch of an all-new type A gas line known as the Encore. The new product is designed to offer consumers product amenities typically found in diesel pushers at an affordable gas price point.
Winnebago Industries has increased the energy storage capacity on some of its camper vans by 10 percent. Owners of these vans can now run their units longer off-grid without generator noise or greenhouse emissions.
In the span of less than four years, Braxton Creek Recreational Vehicles has made a strong push into the towables market—and, said President and CEO Jim Jacobs, the company is exploring a number of new model concepts and floor plans.
Dutchmen RV has added the new Yukon Luxury Residential Fifth Wheel to its 2020 product line. Yukon was introduced to select dealers in the U.S. this month and is now in full production at Dutchmen’s Goshen, Indiana, facility.
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.
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.