Features

Features

ekko, driving through canyon roads

Big Things in Small Packages

Combining the efficiency of a camper van and the capacity of a Class C coach, the EKKO takes the phrase ‘big things in small packages’ to a whole new level. From the massive heated pass-through gear garage – large enough to store bicycles, inflatable kayaks and other outdoor gear – to the large living, sleeping, and cooking space, the EKKO is sure to become your favorite adventure vehicle.

ekko, driving on dirt road

All-Wheel Drive Ford® Transit Chassis

The 3.5L EcoBoost® V6 delivers 310 horsepower and 400 lb.-ft. of torque, while the 31-gallon fuel tank greatly extends the EKKO's range.  Standard safety features include Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane-Keeping System, Pre-Collision Braking, Driver Alert and more, plus the Winnebago-added Blind Spot Monitoring system. 

Winnebago EKKO aerial view of batwing awning, patio awning and solar panels

Off-Grid Ready

Camp almost anywhere!  Three solar panels that pump out 455-watts, a second alternator dedicated to charging the batteries while driving, and the standard lithium-ion batteries provide further energy independence.  The 50-gallon freshwater tank plus proportionate waste tanks make extended stays possible. 

Winnebago EKKO exterior view, traveling down a snowy road

All-Weather Prepped

With all tanks and water lines inside the coach above the floor, extensive all-season insulation in the roof, walls and floor, dual-pane acrylic windows, and multiple insulated exterior compartments, the camping season doesn't have to end when the temperature drops.**

ekko, couple playing with baby in rear sleeping area

The Comforts of Home

A full galley equipped with energy-efficient appliances, our Flex Bed system with our innovative new WinnSleep® system, and an innovative dry/wet bath with pivoting wall that seperates the shower area, will make owners feel right at home anywhere.  Guests on board?  No problem, thanks to dinette seating with three-point seat belts and child seat tether anchors, not to mention the added sleeping capacity – and penthouse views – of the optional pop-top.