Newmar Corp. continues to experiment with its mid-engine diesel All Star Class A motorhome. Most recently, the Nappanee, Ind., high-end builder reversed the traditional motorhome floorplan by putting the living room in the rear and bed and bath area in front, creating a small, enclosed game room encompassing the cockpit. “The only way we could do it is because of the Spartan mid-engine chassis,” said John Sammut, vice president of sales and marketing. “There’s no engine cage in the back. We’ve completely changed where the bedroom, bath, living area and kitchen are located.” A 50-inch TV built into an entertainment center sits on the back wall of the coach over an electric fireplace. “We redid the back cap to create a couple of small windows,” Sammut said. A street-side, L-shaped dinette table, he added, can be removed to create more seating in the living area. Built on the 34,600-pound GVWR Spartan Mountain Master ME chassis like the 10 other All Star floorplans, this coach can be equipped with 360-hp or 400-hp Cummins diesel engines and carries a $262,248 MSRP.