The Winnebago e-RV concept has been unveiled at the Florida RV SuperShow
On Tuesday, the Winnebago e-RV concept was revealed by Winnebago Industries’ Advanced Technology Group at the Florida RV SuperShow held in Tampa at the Florida State Fairgrounds. The Ford Transit-based electric camper van features sustainable materials and provides a zero-emission camping experience.
Winnebago and their partner Lightning eMotors have swapped in an all-electric powertrain that has a 86-kWh battery pack and holds a range of 125 miles on a single charge. It’s a bit disappointing for long trips but its 45 minute charge time should suffice for short trips. Unfortunately, Winnebago Industries did not provide the estimated horsepower for the Winnebago e-RV concept, but has stated there is potential for additional range on the battery.
The American recreational vehicle company did provide details on the amenities of their new electric camper van, and it’s surely decked out. You can find a bed, bath, and shower within the Winnebago e-RV concept along with a kitchenette that includes a slide-out induction cooktop, a marine-grade fridge, and sink. The living area may be changed into a sleeping area, with plenty of space for two adults.
The interior of the Winnebago e-RV concept is made of sustainable materials that include rubberized cork on the flooring and woolen wall trim which can also help insulation. Winnebago Industries claims there will be high-speed data-streaming levels built in with a dual-router Wi-Fi network incorporated into the e-RV’s design, keeping passengers connected on the road.
Pricing is unknown at the moment but if we take a look at Winnebago’s most expensive camper van, it sits close to $240,000. We expect the Winnebago e-RV concept electric camper van to surpass that without a doubt. For more information, sign-up for updates at the Winnebago website.