So I see on OEV's home page Hybrid is gone and they now have:
Who says they don't listen 😃. Actually, I think they do, and have, --> to everyone's benefit.
And they have a teaser E-Series 4x4 camper project. Yay, I do like what this co. is doing.
Built a better pop up, trays for integration, keeping their units narrow, NA sourced where possible, fixed mount (we need more of these), and now E-Series.
They now have dropdowns for HardWall, Removable, and Fixed. That really should instead say Removable-HW, Removable-SW, and Fixed...because the 3 Fixed cabins are all HW as well so HardWall is misleading/confusing.
E-Series cutaway will be interesting. All of their campers have pretty industry-standard 60"L cabovers, whereas the cab for an E-Series is super short compared to a CrewCab truck, so how will this work? Cabover can't hang over the hood of the E, and it'd look silly to have a really long aft-of-cab cab extension.
Fixed mount; why do we need more? They're over double the price of a removable camper (ie BC-SW at $160k, when an 8' HB-SW is $68k). I think the BC is great, but I do not see/understand the value in the $92k delta over a standard SW camper, do you?
A fully custom flatbed/headache cross frame tunnel box(allowing more storage than BC-HW setup offers, at less weight), 4 custom under-bed boxes is ~$30k installed. That still leaves $62k. Subtract ~$10k for power roof = $52k remaining. So a horseshoe dinette, shower pan in the entry floor, no propane, Hydronic, extra solar panel, Molle on the back, some higher end Victron and a 2000W inverter...is worth $52,000? Not trying to come across critical, I'm trying to wrap my brain around the math.
HC-R, under Download specs, still says diesel or petrol heater, OEV hydronic. That'll be cool.