Winnebago Unveils Their First-Ever Pop-Top Adventure Camper Van

Oct 7, 2019

Category: Rides

With as many options as there are on the market, you’d expect all the major adventure van manufacturers to have their bases covered. As it turns out, however, that’s not always the case. For instance, Winnebago — the RV giant — has just unveiled their very first pop-top camper van. But truth be told, it was worth the wait.

Dubbed the Solis, this go-anywhere, all-weather adventure van is going to be hitting dealerships for the 2020 model year. And it’s fully-loaded from nose to tail, both inside and out, for any expedition. Highlights include a fuel-efficient Ram Promaster chassis, all-season insulation and plumbing, a heated bathroom, and (of course) a pop-up top complete with an innovative FROLI bed system for much more spacious living and sleeping areas. Starting at $100,667, this is an adventure van you can drive off the lot and straight out of civilization.

Purchase: $100,667+

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