Keystone Introduces Swing-Away Hidden Garage

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June 30, 2009 by   2 Comments

383_garageconfigKeystone’s RV Inc.’s Fuzion division has introduced a new 383 floorplan — the Hidden Garage — which features a swing-away bulkhead wall that easily converts the garage of the towable SURV into a luxury living zone. When the Fuzion 383 garage is in use to haul large, bulky items like motorcycles or ATVs, the swing-away wall locks flat against the sidewall creating maximum storage space. With the garage empty, the wall can be positioned crosswise at the rear of the coach converting the garage into a finished living area. The Fuzion swing-away wall consists of an entertainment center with 40-inch HD LCD TV that can be viewed either in the living room or outside from the rear of the coach, hardwood cabinetry, built-in AM/FM/CD/DVD sound system and bookshelves. According to Sean Ryan, Keystone Performance Division general manager, “Dealers tell us they see a growing number of RVers who seek a dual purpose vehicle. These people desire all the bulk storage capability of a traditional toy hauler combined with residential luxury and top quality appointments. This new Hidden Garage model fills that need.” Fuzion offers eight fifth-wheel floorplans and one travel trailer floorplan in lengths from 29 to 40 feet. 

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2 Responses to “Keystone Introduces Swing-Away Hidden Garage”

  1. Ash Jones on June 30th, 2009 5:20 pm

    Looks like they did a great job copying what Gulf Stream has already did and patented.

  2. Royal Car on March 28th, 2011 4:10 am

    Keystone is one of the famous name in manufacturing RVs. And This new Hidden Garage invention is really outstanding. This shows the creativity of Keystone.