Newmar Corp. reintroduced its top-end London Aire diesel pusher — with an MSRP of $920,000 — to consumers at the recent Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) convention in Pomona Calif. The Nappanee Inc., company hasn’t built a motorized London Aire in six years. “We wanted to give Newmar customers the ability to stay with the Newmar family all the way from entry-level diesels to luxury motor coaches,” reports Kyle McCrary, director of high-end diesel product. The new London Aire is built on a 54,000-pound GVWR Spartan K3 chassis with a standard 600-hp Cummins ISX diesel engine. Initially available in two 40-foot triple- and quad-slide layouts, the all-new London Aire will be expanded to six floorplans by the end of the model year. Also behind the London Aire’s high retail price tag: Granite floors and countertops, glazed cabinets, eight-camera interior and exterior security systems, VORAD anti-collision systems, video doorbells and a one-button entertainment system that automatically dims lights, closes blinds and drops a 42-inch HD TV from the ceiling.