A fresh interior décor, new floorplan and exterior designs are coming to Thor Motor Coach (TMC)’s Type A diesel motorhomes.
The manufacturer’s Venetian, Aria and Tuscany brands will include new exterior full-body paint packages with gel-coated sidewalls. The lines feature Freightliner raised rail chassis, paired with an Atlas foundation, which TMC stated creates a smoother ride, better fuel mileage and increased storage capacity.
Tuscany will get a new 45BX floorplan aimed at large families. The unit features bunk beds, a hide-a-bed sofa, dinette and bathroom with sleeping capacity for up to 10 people. The layout’s rear master bedroom debuts a king-size bed, stackable laundry units and a large bathroom with dual vanities. TMC’s Tuscany lineup features heated porcelain tile flooring and a central vacuum system.
TMC stated its Studio Collection cabinetry, with rake-style doors and a matte finish, have become a staple in the company’s Type A diesel motorhomes.
“Due to high consumer demand, the collection is now standard in every Palazzo floorplan and welcomes a new interior décor color palette, ‘Villa,’” TMC stated. “This color palette showcases complimentary warm tones of the flooring, bedspread, countertops and furniture, which round out the modern Studio Collection look.”
Palazzo’s lineup features other modern living area aspects, such as leatherette reclining theater seats and a sofa bed to pair with the 39-inch or 49-inch TV. The brand’s bunkhouse layout, 33.5, debuts tablet holders with USB charging ports and bunks that convert into a wardrobe with storage space. In addition, Palazzo’s 37.4 and 37.5 layouts offer an electric fireplace.
Bathrooms were the target in TMC’s Aria and Venetian lines. Aria’s rear bathroom layouts received a refresh in its 3901 and 4000 floorplans. All Aria floorplans will include solid surface countertops.
The Venetian F42 floorplan’s bathroom will feature an enhanced design, including a larger shower and linen closet.
The diesel pushers’ amenities extend past design, the company said. Once parked, the units’ automatic transfer switch provides shore power protection and reduces reverse polarity risk, which can cause electric shock or short circuit damage. The company also highlighted its Rapid Camp+ multiplex wiring control system, enabling owners to set up camp from a smartphone or tablet.