For the recreational vehicle industry, making the most out of a little space is one of the most important tenets of making an RV. More than ever, companies are finding newer, more innovative ways to maximize every square inch of their RVs to augment the customer’s experience. One such company is Texino, which took a rather out-of-the-box approach for their newest build, the Switchback II. The California-based company boasts a line of RVs that are a proud blend of functionality and hospitality, and their Switchback II looks to epitomize both those traits in full.
Easy on the eyes, the Switchback II is built on a Mercedes-Benz 144″ Sprinter model and is the next evolution of its predecessor, the original Switchback. It boasts a crash-tested L-track SmartFloor system that allows riders to lock in and secure virtually any gear they could bring. The SmartFloor system also comes with a cork covering for an added layer of protection and noise reduction on bumpy rides. Adding another layer of sophistication and protection to the Switchback II’s interior is its premium marine-grade Birch ply woodwork which is laminated with a Fenix coating. This wood laminate is scratch-resistant, durable, and even repairable – just iron some parchment paper onto whatever knick you see on the cabinet and it will smooth out. Furthermore, the Switchback II comes with a remote-operated SCA pop-top and Murphy bed that can comfortably sleep four. Its kitchenette is complete with a dual-top induction stove, a stainless steel sink, and a mini-fridge.
For your bathing needs, the Switchback II has an exterior shower built into the rear of the kitchen cabinets that also features a privacy kit, a 25-gallon freshwater tank, and a 22-gallon grey water tank with a hot water system. Rounding out this already impressive RV is its powerhouse of an electrical system, which has a 300 amp hour Lithium battery, 230W of solar charging power, a 2nd alternator charging system, and shore power connector. Pricing for the Switchback II starts at $114,771.