Introducing Winnebago Insider & Our Newest RV Models!
Get the inside scoop on Winnebago’s highly functional RVs for every lifestyle.
By: GoLife Staff

Winnebago is excited to announce our new platform, Winnebago Insider, designed to give you an exclusive look behind-the-scenes and offer an early glimpse at some of our new products.

This is your go-to resource for learning about new model releases and insider insights. So, be sure to check back regularly to stay updated on all things Winnebago.

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Tools to Help You Pick Your RV

Our Winnebago Insider platform also features a variety of tools and resources to help you choose the right RV for you. 

Try out these options to help narrow down your search:

  • Browse by Lifestyle:
  • 'Help Me Choose' Survey: Answer these five questions to help narrow down your search.
  • Concierge Service: Have additional questions? Schedule an appointment to talk to a Winnebago Brand Expert.
  • Get a Quote: Select the model you are interested in and fill out the quote request form to receive a quote from a dealer near you.

Check Out Winnebago's Newest Models

Get a sneak peek at what is next for the Winnebago line-up – from compact, off-grid-ready travel trailers to family-friendly options with all the comforts of home.


Hike 100 – Compact Camper Trailer

Highlights of this highly functional, yet light camper trailer:

  • Rugged enough for off-road travel
  • Able to haul gear – racks included
  • Can be towed by a smaller SUV
  • Off-grid and extended-season camping
  • Awnings and outdoor kitchen to extend living space

Watch the HIKE 100 Insider review for insights from Winnebago Towables Product Manager, Adam Christoffersen, and Winnebago Ambassador Peter Holcombe.

Learn more about the Winnebago HIKE 100!


Micro Minnie FLX – Travel Trailer

Highlights of this off-grid-ready travel trailer:

  • Stay off-grid in comfort for up to five days
  • Additional solar panel
  • 320-amp-hour lithium-ion batteries
  • Conserves water and electric 
  • Can sleep up to five

Watch the Micro Minnie FLX Insider review for insights from Winnebago Towables Product Manager, Adam Christoffersen, and Winnebago Ambassador and early user, Robert Morales.

Learn more about the Winnebago Micro Minnie FLX!


Roam - Accessibility Enhanced Van

Highlights of this camper van made specifically for wheelchair users:

  • Remote-controlled wheelchair lift 
  • Open floorplan for ease of use
  • Integrated tie-downs for wheelchair
  • All controls and switches are in reach
  • Compact and easy to drive

Watch the Roam Insider review for insights from Winnebago Specialty Vehicles Product Manager, Colton Young, as well as early user, hockey player, and avid outdoors woman, Hanna Jorgenson.

Learn more about the Winnebago Roam!


Solis Pocket – Flexible Camper Van

Highlights of this compact and flexible camper van:

  • Under 18-ft long for great maneuverability
  • Extended-season capability
  • Versatile dinette can also be daybed or sofa
  • Room for two bikes under bed
  • Window coverings block light and give privacy

Watch the Solis Pocket Insider review for insights from Winnebago Camper Vans Product Manager, Chris Bienert, and Winnebago Ambassador and early user, Nick Riebe.

Learn more about the Winnebago Solis Pocket!


EKKO – Ultra-Compact Class C

Highlights of this unique, compact Class C motorhome:

  • New model offers pop-top option!
  • More space with similar exterior footprint of a van
  • Plenty of gear storage
  • Off-grid capable and all-weather ready
  • Flexible bathroom space with endless hot water

Watch the EKKO Insider review for insights from Winnebago Director of Product Management, Russ Garfin, and Winnebago Ambassadors and EKKO owners, James and Stefany Adinaro.

Learn more about the Winnebago EKKO!


Vista and Sunstar 33K – Spacious Class A Motorhome

Highlights of this re-imagined version of a favorite Class A coach:

  • Spacious lounge ideal for entertaining
  • Can sleep up to 7
  • Highest exterior storage capacity in its class
  • Winnebago Connect command center
  • Dual air conditioners

Watch the Vista 33K and Sunstar 33K Insider review for insights from Winnebago Motorized Product Manager, John Millis.

Learn more about the Winnebago Vista 33K and Sunstar 33K!

We hope you are as excited as we are about this new line-up! And don’t forget to check back with Winnebago Insider regularly to see more new RVs as they are announced.


Comments on this post are moderated, so they will not appear instantly. All relevant questions and helpful notes are welcome! If you have a service inquiry or question related to your RV, please reach out to the customer care team directly using the phone numbers or contact form on this page .

User commented on November 20, 2021 11:02 AM
When is the new Journey going to be available , it’s been over a year. And, when is the follow up to the model above the Journey available.
User commented on November 20, 2021 11:08 AM
Will there be a replacement for the Porto/ Vita twins? How about some updates for the Nation/View? Ideally, I'd like to see the features of a Nation on a Transit AWD chassis. the EKKO is a little tight and most folks do not really need that huge garage at the expense of interior room and storage. Is there a compromise between the 2 coming?
User commented on November 20, 2021 1:05 PM
Interested in seeing a 5th wheel
User commented on November 20, 2021 3:10 PM
Hi, I have been wanting a van for several years now but have never been able to settle on one that seems to have just what I want and need. I am most attracted to vans built on the Ram Promaster 1500, due to its compact size. I have considered the Thor Rize 18 M, but am suspicious of the quality. I was so excited to hear of the Solis Pocket when Winnebago introduced it but severely disappointed that it did not come with a wet bath. If you were to bring out a Pocket model with that option I would go for it in a heartbeat. Please consider a Pocket model with a bath and hot water! Thank you, Gayle Lux
User commented on November 20, 2021 10:24 PM
User commented on November 21, 2021 8:09 AM
I think the EKKO works for only a small choice few. Not sure why you took the Fuse away. With a few changes it could be the best small C going. You might want to change your minds on the Ekko and build better.