The original off-grid and off-road adventure van, the Winnebago Revel, has been taken to another level with the addition of a full suite of enhancements to make it one of the most capable and comfortable camper vans in the Winnebago Class B lineup. Now including the all-new Winnebago x EcoFlow 5-in-1 Power Hub Pro power management system, the Revel is equipped to optimize energy performance to keep you off-road longer.
RV Models and Features
The Winnebago Solis is known for its ability to adapt to any adventure and any budget. Available in two floorplans, the 59P and 59PX, the Solis is an innovative and efficient Class B camper van and features a class pop-top to extend the number of sleeping spaces in your motorhome. Read our blog to learn more about the Winnebago Solis 59P and 59PX with the top ten questions we often receive from our guests.
Winnebago Connect is exclusive to Winnebago Motorhomes. Winnebago Connect is your personal RV companion, part co-pilot, part concierge. Winnebago Connect is a first-of-its-kind, intelligent RV platform empowered with intuitive control that proactively manages on-board systems according to your preferences. The new Winnebago View and Navion 24T include the Winnebago Connect System. Learn More about Winnebago Connect in our Blog.
Experience the world of advanced RV energy management with Winnebago Power, exclusive to Winnebago Motorhomes. The Winnebago x EcoFlow 5-in-1 power system can be found on the new Winnebago Revel. This industry-leading off-grid power solution features state-of-the-art lithium batteries, power management devices and solar panels that make it easy and efficient so you can enjoy the ultimate in RV power performance. Learn more about the Winnebago Power System in our Blog.
The newest of the Winnebago View and Navion Floorplans is the Winnebago View 24T. The 24T includes massive exterior storage and the Winnebago Connect which simplifies vehicle operations. See our Blog to learn more about the new Winnebago View 24T floorplan.
The Winnebago EKKO Sprinter 23B is the all-new addition to Winnebago’s Class C lineup and an additional floorplan for the versatile and efficient Winnebago EKKO. The existing EKKO Transit 22A combines the efficiency of a camper van with the added capacity of a Class C coach, and the EKKO Sprinter complements these features even further.
The Winnebago EKKO is available in 2 floorplans, the 22A built on the Ford Transit AWD Chassis and the 23B built on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter AWD Chassis. While there are many differences between the 2 floorplans, they also share many features. Rear our Blog to learn more.
After a little research to find a few important numbers, you will be able to figure out how much your motor home can tow! The first thing to know is what chassis your motor home is built on so that you can find the specifications of the chassis.
The Winnebago EKKO is available in 2 floorplans, the Winnebago EKKO 22A and the Winnebago EKKO 23B. Each floorplan includes innovative interior and exterior designs. The EKKO is known for its extensive off-grid power, extended season insulation and massive storage areas that allow you to store all of your adventure gear so you can go farther and stay longer. We will review the differences in the (2) floorplans in our Blog.
The Volta Pure3 Energy Management System in the Winnebago Travato 59KL and 59GL is designed to provide a more efficient and sustainable power solution than traditional RVs. The system also integrates advanced technology to harness the energy output from the chassis’ engine while, allowing you to operate and power your devices while driving. Read our blog to learn more about the Volta Pure3 Energy Management System in the Winnebago Travato 59KL and 59GL.