It reminds me a lot of an Winnebago ERA 70X, except that they chose the upper tier headlight package with the HID option.
The decision to go with a cassette toilet may not be a good one, unless they are aiming for the boondocker or younger crowd market. It can be a heavy, messy job to lug/wheel it to the bath-house, lift it onto a toilet, pour it down, lug it to a sink, fill it up to rinse, back to the toilet to drain again, then to the sink to add some water and the chemicals, before carrying back to the motorhome.
For someone who boondocks and might at best have a pit/vault toilet available, this might be an ideal setup. However, for people going to CG to CG, it can be a lot of hassle compared to just attaching a dump hose, pulling two valves, and pressing the macerator pump button.