Taking things to the next level, Country Coach Inc. has introduced a $1.3 million, 45-foot Rhapsody 900 diesel pusher built on the proprietary 54,000-pound GVWR DynoMax chassis with a 625-hp Caterpillar C15 engine. Standard is a new Cat CX Series six-speed transmission for which the company has a one-year exclusive arrangement. Although the Junction City, Ore., builder continues to convert Prevost buses in the $1 million-plus range, the quad-slide Rhapsody replaces the Affinity 700 Custom – retailing for about $815,000 – as the most expensive Class A motorhome in Country Coach’s lineup. “This product allows us to fill the needs of the many customers who said they wanted a Country Coach without limits,” said Matt Howard, senior director of marketing and sales administration. “We can do anything that our engineers tell us is possible. As our customers’ wants and desires change, so will the product.” The Rhapsody’s consumer debut is scheduled for the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) 77th International Convention March 19-22 at the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter in Perry.