Dude, it’s under the floor. The Performance motorhome from high-end German RV manufacturer Volkner Mobil has a garage between the wheels that’s big enough to hold a swanky Maserati Quattroporte.
The monster Class A motorhome you see trundling down the interstate has an ancestor. It’s GM’s wild Futurliner, over 11 feet tall and weighing around 13 tons. And guess when this baby first appeared?
The RV industry is in crisis. Could salvation come from the past — with a return to the craftsmanship employed by companies like Holland’s Tonke Campers?
If you don’t want to get stuck in a muddy campsite, or swept away when fording a Alpine stream, cast your eye over the latest RVs from German maker Weinsberg.
It’s Thunderbirds and The A-Team rolled into one, a low and sleek sportscoach that stunned the RV industry when it launched in late 1972. Today, exactly thirty years after production stopped, the GMC Motorhome is becoming a cult icon.