40? Highly unlikely... as mine was one of the first out the gate and I got it Aug 19. Some may be on dealer lots. Maybe ordered? I can't believe that many would be on the road with none of their owners tech savvy enough to be on the net bragging about how well they were working. I would think that RT would be paying them to show up.
From the posts on Roadtrekking, it seemed to be mostly salespeople getting up to speed to sell the systems at their little conclave. Someone from my dealer's service department went and I plan to try to talk to him tomorrow to see if he could get any answers on my underhood generator that RT is ignoring. From what a couple people posted, I don't think there was any discussion of how to fix the current problems with the Ecotrek.
Odd that there were so few Canadian builds there... perhaps it is bad timing with the 2016s like with PW... or just too many shows in too short of a time. The sales people get spread pretty thin with all these shows. With LTV, last I heard there was still only Don and Dean to handle them all. Not as though they are short of orders.
I too wonder when the Chevy will disappear from our choices. I suspect that it depends on two things... Zion sales/popularity... and when Chevy decides to stop making the platform. That has been a rumor running around for the last 2-3 years. I don't think that GM has yet made any decisions yet. They have adopted the small Nissan van and there was rumor of them adopting the big Nissan van... one can only hope not... butt ugly thing and not an appealing RV option.
2021 Promaster 1500 118wb conversion
2019 Roadtrek Simplicity SRT (almost a Zion)
2015 Roadtrek 170
2011 LTV Libero
2004 GWV Classic Supreme