Winnebago has unveiled a new 31-foot floor plan for their Class A motorhome, the Sightseer.
The massive motorhome features double slideouts for maximum space, and looks more like a small house than an RV. A 42-inch LCD screen is the centerpiece of the vehicle, hung directly in front of the dining and living area. The television can actually move from its spot on the wall so that it can be viewed even when the slideout is not engaged.
The dining table is surrounded by a U-shaped extendable sofa that can sit between two to six people. There are also numerous leather swivel chairs for additional seating. The back features a roomy bedroom with a queen-sized bed and a fully-enclosed bathroom.
"The 2012 Winnebago Sightseer 30A is simply an amazing floorplan," said Winnebago vice president of sales and marketing Roger Martin in a press release. "Amazing in that you won’t believe the amount of space and features found in this gas powered Class A coach. The 30A certainly lives much larger than its 31-foot length – seeing is believing in this case."
With all the space and features of a vehicle like this, RVers need to learn how best to take advantage of it. The RVNN show "RV Kitchen" can show even experienced travelers the best way to maximize the use of their vehicle's cooking spaces.