Nearly a year after making waves with a rotary range-extended electric motorhome, German RV giant Knaus-Tabbert empties the tricks out of both sleeves in another attempt to change the RV game. Its all-new Volkswagen T6.1-based Tourer CUV sizes shorter than many camper vans despite its semi-integrated motorhome construction. At camp, it lives more like a Class B+/C motorhome thanks to a van-style pop-up roof and rear bed that partially folds away when expanding the dry bathroom. The new CUV looks to create the perfect balance between nimble van-like driving and spacious motorhome living.Continue ReadingCategory: Automotive, TransportTags: Knaus Tabbert, Campervan, Motorhomes, Motorhome, RV, Camping, Outdoors

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