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Winnebago Spotlights 2024 Innovations at Tampa SuperShow

Winnebago EKKO Sprinter

Winnebago, the flagship brand of outdoor lifestyle product manufacturer Winnebago Industries, is kicking off 2024 with five new RVs and two technology innovations that will provide RVers with “limitless outdoor experiences.”

“A new year is a fresh start, and never have we been more excited about our lineup than this year,” said Winnebago President Huw Bower. “Winnebago has a proud history of innovation, and with five products leading the way across our motorized and towable lineup, we are confident that we are providing consumers with the most innovative, customer-driven RVs in the industry. Consumers will get to see them first at this year’s Florida RV SuperShow in Tampa from Jan. 17-21, and we look forward to these products hitting our dealers’ lots this spring.”

Five new products are in the limelight to kick off 2024: the View/Navion featuring the new Winnebago Connect digital platform, EKKO Sprinter, Revel featuring the new Winnebago Power system, Access and the M-Series. More details below from Winnebago below.


  • View/Navion

The new View/Navion 24T combines cutting-edge technology with the proprietary Winnebago Connect digital platform. Power-reclining theater seating, smart storage solutions and flexible dining areas are highlights of the interior, while the exterior features a new gear garage to store bikes, outdoor gear and more. Includes standard lithium power and solar with optional upgrades.

“Winnebago Connect is a first-of-its kind, intelligent RV platform, empowered with intuitive control that proactively manages on-board systems according to your preference. From smart-energy optimization and one-touch setting to real-time pet monitoring and over-the-air updates, Winnebago Connect simplifies vehicle operations at every turn, and notifies you as needed to deliver a more elevated experience,” the company said.

  • EKKO Sprinter

Winnebago introduced the highly popular EKKO 22A, built on the Ford Transit chassis, in 2022. The new 23B joins the lineup, built on a Mercedes Sprinter chassis. While both share innovative interior and exterior designs, the EKKO Sprinter 23B now features higher clearance for more off road adventures, a 50-gallon holding tank, off-grid power, extended-season insulation and “gear junkie” approved storage so RVers can go farther and stay longer.

  • Revel

The company said it introduced the Revel in 2018 with a mission to bring off-grid freedom and rugged performance to the masses. That mission continues with this latest evolution. The new Revel is the ultimate ready-to-go, go-anywhere adventure van, updated to include improved extended-season capability, upscale living comfort and flexibility with a new lounge area, and off-road adventure ready enhancements like roof rack lighting and optional RAPTOR exterior on the Mercedes AWD Sprinter chassis.

“And now off-grid adventures can last longer than ever with the Revel’s enviable new Winnebago Power Max system. This exclusive power solution starts with the Winnebago x EcoFlow Power Hub Pro – a 5-in-1 system that delivers unprecedented off-grid power. With up to 15 kWh of usable power, Revel owners can stay off grid for up to seven days. This unique dual alternator approach to high-speed charging optimizes energy, besting the competition for driving, idle, shore and solar power. Winnebago Power Max also features a Lithionics GTO battery – an iron phosphate lithium battery with the highest levels of energy density with best-in-class durability (5000 cycles) and reliability (UL1973 certified directly from Underwriter Laboratories),” the company said.


  • Access

Over 65 years after making its first conventional travel trailer, Winnebago said the original adventure continues with the Winnebago Access. The Access features thoughtfully designed floorplans, clean and contemporary European styling and ample storage. It is distinct among competitors for a collection of premium features that no other conventional travel trailer offers – such as a fully enclosed and heated underbelly and a two-inch accessory receiver hitch for greater hauling versatility, the company said.

  • M-Series

The all-new M-Series offers three compact floorplans, the 2326RK, 2225MK and 2326MBBH – all 26 feet or under. With dry weights less than 5,000 pounds, the M Series can be easily towed with a mid-size SUV. Other highlights include a large shower, ample storage, a standard ten cubic foot 12-volt refrigerator or optional eight-cubic-foot gas/electric refrigerator, and factory supplied solar on each floorplan.

“We aren’t done,” said Bower. “This is just the beginning. Consumers can expect to see more innovative models being introduced throughout the year. Winnebago has been pioneering the RV space since 1958 and we will continue to drive the industry forward.”

All of these products will be at the Florida RV SuperShow, Jan. 17-21.

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