In sharp contrast to the rest of its lineup, the Winnebago Spyder 24FQ — the first-ever toy hauler from the Middlebury, Ind.-based towable division of Winnebago Inc. — features a deep black gel-coat fiberglass exterior, augmented with red swooshes and reflective graphics. The front cap is set off by a highly conceptualized spider graphic while inside innovations include seamless faux concrete countertops, contrasting wood grain finishes and webbing (not netting) to stow gear in keeping with the Spyder theme. “(Toy hauler owners) want something that’s different,” said Winnebago Towables President Johnny Hernandez. “And we wanted a nice contoured look. So, instead of real sharp lines, we contoured it and we complemented it with frameless windows, an enclosed heated underbelly, three toy locks, edgier wheels and tires, a really good Rockford Fosgate sound system and a spare tire carrier where you just pull a pin and the tire slides out like it’s on a trombone.” The prototype at the Louisville Show was produced with little time to spare, Hernandez said, adding that there will be three floorplans by the end of February. Production started in January and MSRP is about $45,000.