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Winnebago Introduces eRV2 To Wedge Into Electric-RV Future
Winnebago Industries revealed its first fully operational all-electric RV at the gigantic Florida RV SuperShow in Tampa in late January, touting a fully operational, zero-emission “eRV2” that runs both the powertrain and the house systems on electricity, provides up to seven days of “boondocking” in place while occupants live off the batteries, features accouterments made out of recyclable and biodegradable materials, and runs on an app.
Winnebago eRV2 Is the First Ford E-Transit Electric Camper Van
Winnebago just introduced its Ford E-Transit based eRV2 prototype at the RV SuperShow in Tampa, Florida, where Winnebago displayed over 80 motorhomes and towables. The zero-emissions, fully electric eRV2 is the latest iteration of the Winnebago eRV concept that was revealed at last year's show.
Winnebago’s New Electric Camper Van RV Concept Can Stay Off-Grid for 7 Days—See Inside the Tiny Home on Wheels
The electrified RV can stay off-grid for up to a week with the help of 900 watts of solar power and a proprietary 48-volt, 15,000-watt-hour lithium battery stored under the floor of the tiny home.
Why the Electric Winnebago is Promising, Even with the 108-Mile Range
Around this time a year ago at the RV SuperShow in Florida, Winnebago unveiled the e-RV, an electric concept built on a Ford Transit platform. It looked great. The only problem is that the estimated battery range was just 125 miles, which was a disappointing figure for people whose goal is to road trip.
Winnebago Electric eRV2 Prototype
The second version of Winnebago's electric RV prototype, the eRV2, is made its debut at the Florida RV Supershow. The prototype is in the hands of a fleet of customers for the next six months, in order to finalize the production model, although Winnebago has no date on when that might happen.
Winnebago Reveals Second-Generation Electric Camper Van Prototype
At last year’s Florida RV SuperShow in Tampa, Winnebago made headlines by unveiling its first all-electric camper van. Now, almost exactly one year later, the company is back with a second-generation model that is even more environmentally friendly than the original. And while this new model remains a prototype for now, it is inching closer to becoming a vehicle that RVers can actually buy.
Winnebago’s New EV Camper Concept Shows that All-Electric #VanLife is Coming Soon
Winnebago wants to bring the electric revolution to your camping trip. The motorhome maker has just unveiled the eRV2, its second battery-powered concept in as many years. And with the exception of one key area, it represents a significant upgrade over its predecessor, the e-RV, in almost every single way.
Winnebago is Offering Test Drives of its All-Electric RV Prototype Decked Out with Solar Panels
During this year’s Florida RV SuperShow in Tampa, legacy RV and motorhome manufacturer Winnebago unveiled its all-electric, operational RV prototype called the eRV2. This zero-emission RV evolved from Winnebago’s eRV prototype and is being used for test drives to gather feedback from consumers before it reaches its final production-intent design. You’ve gotta check this thing out.
Yes, It’s True, Even Winnebago is Going Electric
Winnebago, one of the biggest makers of RVs in the world, is going electric. At the Florida RV SuperShow in Tampa on Jan. 18, Winnebago introduced the all-electric eRV2 prototype, a Ford E-Transit-based RV that runs solely on electricity, both in the drivetrain and in the systems that power the rig when it’s parked.
Electric Winnebago eRV2 Prototype is a Great Way to Get Lost, Quietly
Electrification is working its way around all aspects of mobility but one of the few remaining frontiers is RVs. Specifically, the kind of RVs we drive to get away from people and get lost for a while. Winnebago’s latest electric RV prototype has a way to go before it’ll be ready for #Vanlife, but it’s an indication that EVs and RVs can live together in harmony.
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