Winnebago Industries Inc. will be showcasing 2015 products in its exhibit area at the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association’s (RVIA) Annual California RV Show taking place today (Oct. 10) through Oct. 19 at the Fairplex in Pomona.
According to a press release, a full complement of products will be on display, including the debut of the new Grand Tour 42HL featuring a distinctive “Sunray” premium exterior full-body paint package and the interior “Passages” fabric collection with “Glazed Honey” cabinetry. The Class A coach is equipped with a 450-hp Cummins turbo-charged diesel engine built on Winnebago’s exclusive Maxum tag axle chassis with lowered rail construction.
The Grand Tour interior features six-way adjustable Villa cab seats in Ultraleather with power footrests on both driver and passenger seats with heat, massage and power lumber support. Winnebago’s exclusive Ergo design positions the seats to maximize comfort and allow them to easily swivel to become fully functional luxury seating elements within the living space when parked. Additional upscale luxurious amenities include polished porcelain tiles, a large skylight with powered shade, Villa furniture, keyless entry and six full-body paint packages.
Multiplex switch panels located throughout the all-electric coach easily control coach functions, including exterior and interior lights, hydraulic jacks, MCD power shades and slideout rooms, while the Carefree Paramount awnings extend from the top of the RV to three easy positions: slideout, slideout and window, and full patio extension.
Also on display is a “Flame Red” Travato that is available with optional bike rack, luggage rack and ladder, and kayak racks that appeal to active outdoor enthusiasts. Built on the Ram ProMaster chassis, the fuel-efficient Travato Class B has a flexible floorplan, complete with a spacious Murphy bed that lifts out of the way to maximize floor space. An optional full-width screen for the sliding door lets in cool breezes and keeps out bugs.
The new retro-styled 2015 Brave and Tribute bring back the legendary “eyebrow” design with a fresh new modern look. The new Brave and Tribute are offered in three versatile floorplans fit for weekend getaways or extended trips.
Available in both the Brave and Tribute lines, the new 31C features a full-wall slideout on the driver’s side of the vehicle, along with a dinette slideout on the passenger side, creating an incredibly large living area. With an available StudioLoft bed over the cab area, sofa/bed, and a rear queen or optional king bed, there is sleeping available for up to six. The Brave and Tribute 31C also have plentiful storage, including a large wardrobe across the bedroom wall. A split bath with privacy doors on either side provides a flexible living space.
The Era 170C Class B motorhome, built on the fuel-efficient Mercedes-Benz chassis, features a slideout and hydronic heating system. The 170C also features a unique storage system in the rear of the unit that incorporates secondary access to the shower stall, providing easy-to-use storage space for oversized items such as golf clubs.
A full complement of Winnebago towables are also on display, including the Micro Minnie, colorful Minnie and Ultralite trailers, as well as the Voyage, Latitude, and Destination fifth-wheels.