Riverside, Calif.-based Fleetwood Enterprises Inc.’s 2006 Jamboree GTX and Tioga SLX Class C’s – designed to be more stylish and contemporary in collaboration with BMW Group DesignworksUSA – were shown to consumers for the first time at the Family Motor Coach Association’s (FMCA) 73rd International Convention, March 21-24, at the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter in Perry, Ga., after a highly visible debut at December’s Louisville Show. With yacht-like interiors on Ford E-450 cutaway chassis, the SLX/GTX minimotorhomes feature a raised platform to provide basement storage. European influences are seen, the company says, in the efficient use of space, curved cabinetry, solid surface galley tops, ambient indirect and halogen lights and high-end fixtures. These companion coaches are designed with aerodynamic window-equipped cab-overs, molded composite running boards and custom-formed aluminum luggage doors. They are available in three 26- to 31-foot floorplans, all featuring large L-shaped sofas and optional full body paint. Retail base prices for the Tioga SLX and Jamboree GTX are $89,740 and $92,960, respectively.