Another day, another groundbreaking innovation in the RV space. The outdoor recreation industry is enjoying a record-setting swell in popularity courtesy of the pandemic, and with the electric paradigm shift underway, we’re seeing technological breakthroughs throughout the space at a frequency never-before-seen. After capturing the imaginations of enthusiasts throughout the world yesterday with its fully-electric Airstream e-Stream, THOR Industries is keeping up its momentum by unveiling yet another innovative RV that is poised to usher in a new era of recreational vehicles: the THOR Vision Vehicle.
A motorhome that’s straight from the future, the THOR Vision Vehicle is the company’s most versatile, comfortable, and technological-forward concept to date. One of the most notable upgrades this electric concept boasts is an integrated fuel cell and high-capacity battery pack combination, which provides a stalwart 300-mile range per charge. Along with the new push-to-cockpit functionality, which empowers users to plan their trip through a smart app, the THOR Vision is making the travel process as seamless as possible.
Additionally, the THOR Vision boasts a suite of killer technological upgrades to boost its user-friendliness through the roof. One of the most noticeable additions is the digital cockpit that’s integrated with smart technology to make travel planning more intuitive. Even cooler, this smart technology extends to the Vision’s stout entertainment system that’s compatible with Amazon’s Alexa and can be controlled by voice commands. All of these enhancements are held together by a next-generation digital power management system that boosts boondocking capabilities as well as monitors your mileage and even finds charging stations for you via its smart app.
To top all of these stellar innovations off, the THOR Vision also features a slew of sleek amenities and storage solutions to maximize comfort and efficiency. THOR Industries has yet to give a release date for the Vision Vehicle, however, it’s safe to assume we’ll hear more updates on it throughout 2022.