What’s New For The 2023 Thor Tellaro?
Thor Motor Coach has been one of the biggest names in the RV world for quite some time. They specialize in creating excellent motorhomes, and they have a great selection of Class A, B, and C motorhomes. 2023 looks like it will be a promising year for this company, especially because they recently released details about their updated Thor Tellaro lineup.
In 2023, four new floor plans will be available within the Thor Tellaro brand. These are all Class B camper vans that have the same size and weight, but the interiors are quite different! It’s amazing how much variety they were able to provide. Everyone is certain to find a vehicle that is just right for their needs.
Below we have some more information about the newest motorhomes from Thor Tellaro. They’re excellent vehicles for people who love to travel but still want to live comfortably. The floor plans are compact, comfortable, and built with passengers in mind. Check out all the details below!
Although there are different designs and floor plans you can choose from, the basic weights, measures, and mechanics of each vehicle are the same. Each vehicle is built on the chassis of a RAM ProMaster® 3500 XT. It has a V6 engine, which makes it strong, but also easy to drive and maneuver.
- Total vehicle length: 21 feet, 1 inch
- Vehicle height: 9 feet, 5 inches
- Vehicle width: 6 feet, 9 inches
- Unladen vehicle weight: 9,350 lbs.
- Gross vehicle weight rating: 11,500 lbs.
- Fuel capacity: 24 gallons
- Fresh water: 27 gallons
- Gray water: 20 gallons
- Black water: 4.75 gallons
- Sleeping capacity: 2 people
New floor plans
Although the specifications are standard throughout the various build types, the interiors have quite a bit of variety. There are four different floor plans within the Thor Tellaro lineup. If you’re in the market for a compact camper van, check out the designs below and pick the one that would best fit your needs.
The 20A design is excellent if you want to have a good amount of walking space in your design. The rear of this vehicle serves as a combination living room and bedroom. During the daytime, there are two opposing sofas with a nice walkable aisle in the middle. Storage is built into this furniture as well. At night, they can convert into a single large pull-out bed.
In the middle section, there’s a kitchenette on one wall and a wet bath and closet on the other. There’s very little countertop space in the kitchen, but there is room for a sink, microwave, dual-burner stovetop, and a 12-volt mini-fridge.
Finally, a pair of seats, a dinette, and an overhead storage cabinet sit behind the driver’s cab. The dinette is nice and long, and it doesn’t get in the way of the rest of the floor plan.
The 20J has a somewhat similar layout, but the positioning and size of various elements have been changed. For starters, the rear area can function as a living room, dining room, and bedroom. The rear wall contains a large sofa bed. Large cushioned seats sit on opposing walls, and a removable table is in the middle of everything.
Like the previous design, the bathroom and kitchen are in the middle. The main change is that the kitchenette has a lot more countertop space. There are also more overhead cabinets above the kitchen.
On the righthand wall behind the driver’s seat, there is a set of seats. These all come with seatbelts, and there is a small removable table on a swing arm. This table is square and only covers one of the seats, but then you combine it with the kitchen countertops and the removable table in the back, and there’s plenty of room to work and eat.
The 20K has a completely different design compared to the previous options. For instance, the back section is devoted to a bathroom, not a bedroom. The wet bath occupies one half of the back, while the other portion is devoted to a large wardrobe and set of drawers.
The kitchen sits right outside the bathroom. There’s a full-size refrigerator on one wall and the main kitchenette on the other side. This model has a good amount of open countertop space and some large overhead cabinets.
The rest of the floor plan is taken up by the living room/bedroom setup. A long expandable sleeping sofa occupies one wall. It has seatbelt attachments for travel, but it can also convert into a full bed. There’s also a removable table and a small flip-up countertop for extra workspace.
Finally, we have the 20L. The rear portion of this one is similar to the 20K because it has an almost identical wet bath and wardrobe combination. That’s where the similarities end though!
A pair of long opposing sofas line the wall just outside the bathroom. One has seatbelt attachments, while the other doesn’t. A long table sits in the gap between these two, but it can be removed when the sofas convert into a full-sized bed.
The kitchenette sits right behind the driver’s cabin. The various appliances are spaced out pretty well, so there’s open space between the sink and stove. There’s also a slide-out cutting board built into the counter and a flip-up countertop on the opposite wall.
If you want to view and compare these different floor plans, visit the Thor Tellaro product page on their website.
The decoration styles remain consistent throughout the different floor plans. Everything comes in nice, neutral shades of gray and brown. This provides a good canvas for you to customize based on your preferences. But even by itself, the decor provides a clean, simple aesthetic that many people enjoy. This decoration style has been labeled “Crisp Linen.” It’s currently the only choice, but more options may appear in the future.
All the cabinets are glossy and white, which matches the exterior of the vehicle. The floors have a natural-looking wood grain, which is in various shades of gray. The countertops are white and speckled with small gray spots to break up the monotony. Finally, the furniture contrasts the light color scheme with its darker gray-brown colors and different textures.
There are lots of interesting and noteworthy features in the Thor Tellaro designs. They are all equipped with some impressive gear and high-tech systems.
For starters, each motorhome has its own Thule® bike rack and outdoor equipment. The rack can hold two full-size bikes, and it easily folds up when not in use. The Thule® system also includes an extendable roof ladder and an automatic patio awning.
Each different floor plan has a distinct bedroom setup. The couches can easily convert into beds, which creates a perfect multi-functional space. If buyers need more sleeping space, they can opt to add the SkyBunk®, which creates an extra sleeping space above the motorhome. (This is only available for some floor plans).
These vehicles are also quite pet-friendly, so your furry friends can join in on the fun. The raised step that leads to the driver’s cabin includes a slide-out compartment with a built-in food and water dish. The flooring and furniture materials are also designed to be easy to clean.
Speaking of the driver’s cabin, the dashboard is more advanced than ever. There are tons of technological features that make it easy to access your music, navigation, temperature controls, and smartphone hookups with Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay®.
The Thor Tellaro also comes with a Rapid Camp+ multiplex system that enables you to check and control various features in your RV. This includes your vents, temperature, water functions, and more. It can all be controlled via a phone app, so there’s no need to get up if you want to change or check something.
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3 thoughts on “A First Look At The 2023 Thor Tellaro”
With an MSRP North of 150k, it sure isn’t for those wanting to live the van life for it’s frugality.
The more class b rv’s that hit the market the better deals are around the corner.
Nice looking but who would buy a Thor product? So many complains, problems warranty not respected to name a few. Again very nice b class