German Firm Intros Iridium Electric Class C Coach (2/1/2019)
Story by RVBusiness
A few years ago, the idea of powering a large, heavy Class C motorhome with only a battery would have seemed out of the question.
According to a New Atlas report, in some ways it still seems impractical, but battery technology is evolving and electric vehicle ranges improving.
A few all-electric camper vans have already launched, and now Germany’s WOF GmbH is taking electric travel bigger with a larger electric motorhome. With an advertised 186 miles of range, the Iridium motorhome is more capable of traveling the country than you might expect of such a large EV, offering an intriguing zero-emissions alternative for holiday travelers.
Wohnmobile Outlet Factory (WOF) announced the debut of the Iridium electric motorhome late last year, and it was one of the top vehicles we were on the lookout for at the recent CMT show in Stuttgart.
For the full story click here.
Industry Videos> See All Videos
Rollin’ on TV
Rollin’ on TV takes a look at the R-Pod, which celebrates its 10-year anniversary, while Mark and Dawn Polk from RV Education 101 cover some of the common RVing mistakes people make.
Tiffin Allegro Bus
Bob Tiffin, Danny Inman, Horace Stepp and Jack Elliott recollect the 30-year history of the company’s venerable Allegro Bus motorhome.
Marathon Show Coach No. 1296
Marathon Show Coach No. 1296 offers four slideouts, modern lines of ebony and taupe, and lovely blue accents that are mirrored in the interior, which also features a full sofa in the bedroom.