One of the more prolific towable manufacturers in the RV industry, EverGreen Recreational Vehicles LLC pushes the envelope in RV design on a regular basis. So when the Middlebury, Ind., OEM released its first motorized entry, it was a sure bet the all-new Imperial Class B wouldn’t be a “me too” design. Designed in concert with Andy Mauck of Mauck Specialty Vehicles, the Imperial is based on an 11,030-pound GVWR Mercedes-Benz Sprinter cutaway chassis with a body 10 inches wider than most Sprinter-based B’s on the market. The body itself incorporates a one-piece radius fiberglass roof and walls with huge panoramic windows on either side. “It’s almost a monocoque design when it’s all put together,” said EverGreen President Mark Boessler. In another deviation from the traditional Class B crowd, the Imperial also features unique slideout tray storage beneath the body. Inside, the 24 1/2-foot Class B offers a queen-size bed along with solid cherry wood cabinets, Corian countertops, Dometic marine-type appliances, microwave, cooktop, 16,000-Btu furnace, 2.5Kw generator and 3-cubic-foot refrigerator that operates off either shorepower or 12-volt. There’s also an inverter with a 50-amp charger and an energy-management system.