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The Venetian

Thor Motor Coach’s Palazzo, Aria, Venetian and Tuscany have been restyled and modernized for model year 2021.

Palazzo has a stylish new interior decor package, the “Studio Collection,” which features modern cabinetry with tasteful fabric and leatherette color options. Four seatbelts at the booth dinettes add to the passenger capacity, and new pop-up outlet in the kitchen provides more convenient access to electrical outlets. Other style upgrades include a crisp-looking bathroom, progressive cabinet hardware and new wall art that complements the overall elegance of the home.

Aria’s 2021 exterior features a contemporary new front cap. The 3901 floor plan’s bathroom is upgraded into a modern oasis with dual rear vanities. Aria’s upgrades focus on family, providing an increase in ride capacity with four seat belts at the Dream Dinette® in the 3701, 3901 and 3902 floor plans.

Venetian’s biggest change for 2021 is the addition of the F42 tag axle floor plan to the line-up. The 42-foot model is big on living space with a large sofa and theater recliners. The bath and a half set-up allows for dual-zone living and privacy of the master bedroom en suite. The Dream Dinette’s new flip-up seat cushions provide more storage space. All layouts feature an overhead, designer ceiling treatment, which creates a luxurious ambience in the living area. The master bathroom in the R40 floor plan is more spacious with upgraded dual rear vanities.

Tuscany’s 2021 enhancements revolve around convenience and comfort, including the new integrated headrest on the cockpit chairs. A new Firefly multiplex system with Lyra touchscreen allows for all-in-one control at the touch of a button. Unique to Tuscany is the GoldHeat® electric heated porcelain tile flooring throughout the motorhome. Interior appointments include lighter leatherette colors to highlight the modern Regatta and Sanibel cabinet choices.


Chuck Woodbury
Chuck Woodbury
I'm the founder and publisher of I've been a writer and publisher for most of my adult life, and spent a total of at least a half-dozen years of that time traveling the USA and Canada in a motorhome.



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Bob Harnish (@guest_84275)
3 years ago

TravelingMan, love your post!

TravelingMan (@guest_84246)
3 years ago

It will be a long time before we buy another new one…We HATE these modern colors and designs. We’re traditionalists and since they don’t want to make a product like that anymore, we’re out.

We’ll get to see plenty of that hospital white when we check in…

KellyR (@guest_84332)
3 years ago
Reply to  TravelingMan

So true about the colors of the new units. We love the more dark, cozy colors. The bright white and silver colors just SCREAM at me when I walk in. Heck, even hospitals today have toned things down to make one more relaxed and lower the blood pressure. Attendants uniforms are even of softer colors now so that when they walk into your room you don’t think you are seeing that bright light. I don’t get it either. I would have to repaint the entire interior. lol

David Binkley (@guest_84185)
3 years ago

Still a Thor.

Clayobx (@guest_84200)
3 years ago
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