So, what do folks think of Keystone's highly secretive new travel trailer, "Vantage"? You can see pictures here; Keystone Vantage
One week ago, Keystone started placing leaks in industry news outlets about this travel trailer saying the new line was “top secret” and "thousands of hours to develop a product that is truly game changing" had been invested. They went on to say that “one look at this new product and our dealers will instantly know that this is a new perspective on camping. There is nothing like it on the market today. Consumers will flock to and get excited about [it].”
The product is being positioned to not compete with any of the existing Keystone brands and it's priced to “hit the sweet spot of the market”, whatever that means.
At this time, I have not seen any pictures of the inside of the trailer. From the outside, there are no graphics other than the sub-brand name. And, the trailer appears to sit very low to the ground without any stabilizer bars. To me, it looks like the back would scrape the ground in a lot of real-world driving conditions.