The THOR Vision concept shows the exciting future with sustainable RVs

Over the weekend, we’ve given you a sneak peek at what Airstream has in store for the future. It was a durable RV trailer dubbed eSTREAM. Moreover, it was apparently a collaboration with another company. This time we have something from one of America’s leading recreational vehicle manufacturers. What we have here is the THOR Vision concept.

It might be a bit similar to what Airstream was teasing, but it’s more of a zero-emission VR. Just like the eSTREAM, it is intended for the digital nomad. As more and more people are beginning to love the convenience offered by our WFM setup, the THOR Vision concept is designed to enhance the experience.

As long as you have a reliable internet connection, you can choose to travel and work at the same time. Why not go on an excursion and camp in picturesque places? This all-electric RV lets you do it all, and with the comforts of home. A full charge of its high capacity battery and built-in fuel cells will last up to 300 miles.

With its power management system and digital displays, you’re always up to date with all the important details of your trip. Locate charging stations and never run empty because the THOR Vision concept keeps you up to date. Use solar power to keep your batteries full and never worry about emissions.

Plan your weekend by visiting popular destinations and spending time with family and friends. A skylight provides adequate daytime lighting. Be hands-free as Alexa lets you control almost everything in your mobile smart home. Electrochromic glass gives you high-tech privacy. If you want some fresh air, the THOR Vision Concept can even deploy a fold-out canopy.

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