Miami, Oklahoma-based Newell Coach Corp., a leading manufacturer of custom luxury motorhomes, announced it has just completed production of its first coach featuring an updated and innovative redesign by legendary Porsche Design GmbH, a subsidiary of Porsche AG.
The new model features high-intensity-discharge (HID) xenon projector headlights that are supplemented by “string-of-pearl” LED daytime running lights. It also includes a handsome rear-taillight redesign inspired by the “cathedral” taillights of the 1955 and 1956 Packard.
Genuine hard-chrome finishes add a jewel-like quality to the new design elements.
This is Newell’s second successful collaboration with Porsche Design. The first resulted in Newell’s ground-breaking 2006 model, according to a news release.
The success of this most recent collaboration echoes that of the first.
“The new design is very impressive,” said Newell Coach President and CEO, Karl Blade.
“Customers are giving us excellent feedback on its sleek, original styling. We’re also very pleased with how the project was handled. Even though it included cutting-edge innovations in materials and other design elements, Porsche completed the entire project without a hitch. We’re very glad to work with Porsche Design and to again see their stunning design contributions added to our coaches.”
The new-model coach is now available.
Newell Coach Corp.
Miami, Oklahoma-based Newell Coach Corporation is the leading designer and manufacturer of custom luxury motorcoaches.
Newell coaches feature state-of-the-art design and top-quality materials, custom furnishings and appliances, and full-time customer service and support.
Newell Coach was founded in 1967 by L.K. Newell. From the beginning, the company designed and created its own coach chassis.
Since 1979, Newell Coach has been owned and operated by Karl and Alice Blade.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 511, Miami, OK 74355
Location: 6411 South Highway 69, Commerce, OK 74339
Phone: (888) 3NEWELL
If you analyze the function of an object, its form often becomes obvious.
—Ferdinand Alexander Porsche