Winnebago motorhomes and towables will launch several new products at this year’s Winnebago Open House event, including the Class C Vita, Porto, Class A gas Adventurer, the new Micro Minnie fifth wheel and the Spyder toy hauler.
A compact Class C diesel built on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis, the Vita and Porto are newly equipped with a durable Supershell composite sleeper deck, and a pre-wired track and roof panel for Wi-Fi and cellular boost antenna systems. The interiors are highlighted by a large counter space, double sink, storage and a panoramic window. The Vita and Porto are available in two floorplans, the 24P and 24F.
“At under 25 feet, the Vita and Porto allow you the freedom to explore everything from a major metropolitan area to a remote forest,” said Russ Garfin, product manager. “Throughout the coaches, we have implemented features for customers who are looking for a high-quality, easy to drive, durable and efficient base camp to support mobile and active lifestyles.”
The new Adventurer has Corian countertops, a Versa driver cab seat, and Primera furniture coverings. Exterior features include an entertainment center, pet leash tie down, an LP system provided in the patio area of the coach and full-body paint with chrome mirrors.
“The Adventurer is packed with user-friendly features, and more value than ever before,” said Niles Whitehouse, director of sales. “Family-friendly floorplans offer spacious living, and ample storage space to provide all the comforts of home.”
The Adventurer is available in five floorplans, the 27N, 30T, 33C, 35F and 36Z.
The new Spyder product line will consist of four travel trailer and two fifth wheel floorplans. The absence of wheel wells allows for more compact vehicle storage and its overhead cabinet design extends to the ceiling, the company stated.
The Micro Minnie fifth wheel is equipped with a flush-mount cooktop with glass cover, solid-surface countertops, stainless-steel sink, true gel-coat fiberglass sidewalls, and large windows.
“While the industry promotes 7,000-, 8,000-, and 9,000-pound fifth wheels as half-ton towable, the new Micro Minnie fifth wheel in the 5,000-pound category will not only be best in class, but also work with the rapidly growing midsize truck category,” said Adam Christoffersen, product manager.