Winnebago Industries unveiled two new motorhomes with retro styling, the Brave and the Tribute, at its annual meeting with dealers last month at The Mirage in Las Vegas.
The new models feature the flying W logo and a distinctive “eyebrow” design that is identified with Winnebago motorhomes of the 1960s and ‘70s. While the new models revive a decades-old design, they are outfitted with all the modern features.
“This is the most exciting product launch I’ve ever been involved with,” said Randy Potts, the company CEO, chairman and president. “The new Brave and Tribute are going to take the market by storm. The retro, yet modern image they project is fun, while they offer great new features that are sure to capture the eye of new buyers.”
Winnebago also unveiled two new luxury diesel pushers, the Grand Tour and Ellipse Ultra. Features in
clude a large skylight with powered shade in the front lounge/cab area, polished porcelain tile flooring and keyless entry. Multiplex switch panels throughout the coach allow you to control exterior and interior lights, jacks, shades and slideout rooms.
Winnebago Towables debuted the new Micro Minnie trailer and two new fifth-wheels: the Voyage and Latitude.