Thor Motor Coach Toy Haulers Updated for 2021

An image of the Thor Motor Coach Toy Hauler 2021 Outlaw Upgrades

Thor Motor Coach unveiled 2021 model year upgrades to its Outlaw Class A and Class C toy haulers this week.

The Outlaw models will receive new interior decor and paint packages, among other technical upgrades for 2021. Thor Industries has launched 2021 models for many of its motorhome and travel trailer brands over the last few weeks.

Click here to read more about upgrades to Thor’s line for 2021.

This year, the Outlaw Class A motorhome gets an upgrade to the Ford 7.3L V8 engine, which decreases greenhouse gas emissions and increases power, when compared to the outgoing V10 engine, with a rating at 350-hp and 468-lb. ft. of torque. In the cockpit, the dash has an instrument cluster upgrade, auto headlights, hill start assist and a tilt and telescoping steering wheel, which all provide conveniences for users.

An image of the Thor Motor Coach Toy Hauler 2021 Outlaw Upgrades

The Class A toy hauler has three all new exterior full-body paint options, two interior decor and upgraded cabinetry color options and styling packages, allowing owners to choose a style that feels custom-made. The Zero-G ramp door, snap-in patio system and powered awning easily convert the garage into a comfortable outdoor space. A 100-watt solar panel with charger is now standard to help increase the batteries power on sunny days.

An image of the Thor Motor Coach Toy Hauler 2021 Outlaw Upgrades

Outlaw Class C toy hauler has a new touchscreen dash radio that ties to the upgraded living area speaker, so all passengers can enjoy the road trip playlist. The LED taillights and two exterior paint packages, in “Stealth Blue” and “Nitro Red,” give this toy hauler a sleek new look. Interior updates include two new decor and cabinetry color options that feature new progressive hardware, linoleum flooring and furniture styling. A new optional 100-watt solar panel to increase boondocking viability and provide an opportunity to take further those with a desire to go off-roading on their dirt bike or motorcycle.

For more information on Thor’s 2021 motorhomes, visit

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