Sunseeker’s adventure company Vision RV is set to achieve the kind of success that its Marvel and Sunseeker caravan sibling brands have after a complete supply of COVID-inhibited components resumes.
Vision RV, previously Noosa Off-Road Vans of Noosaville, is now a part of the growing Sunseeker RV line. It is constructed in Coolum Beach on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.
The brand’s demand has been so high since it was launched last year that it has outgrown its current factory. A report said it is expected to seek locations at least twice the size next year.
The company was founded by a former high-end shopfitter, Darren Wilson. His classic but high-quality pop-tops are now being manufactured in an alliance with Warana-based Sunseeker Caravans, founded by an experienced and hands-on caravanning expert Chris Michel.
Vision RV’s popularity is due to its meticulous focus on detail and Wilson’s previous experience working using a wide range of top-quality products and adhesives.
The wood-free Visions are equipped with a unique, purpose-built galvanized Australian steel chassis, a full panel of composite walls, an airbag suspension, and disc brakes that measure 12 inches in diameter since all of them are essential to a serious off-roader.
The current output of completed Vision RVs is around eight per month but is expected to grow significantly by the beginning of 2022.
This is why Vision is looking for a new space that is about double its present premises to meet the demand.
Although the latest Vision RVs are stunning, the Vision team constantly seeks methods to improve them by leveraging new technologies.
The current Vision RV lineup competes with several worthy hybrid competitors, which consist of Australian Off-Road, Northcoast Campers, Rhinomax in Queensland, the Victoria Track Trailer, and NSW‘s Mountain Trail.