With a history that dates back to 1982, it’s safe to say that Winnebago knows a thing or two about recreational vehicles of all shapes and sizes. But they’re also smart enough to know that, so long as they wish to stay relevant, they need to keep innovating. And that’s why they’ve introduced their Boldt adventure van.
Built on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis and named after German explorer and naturalist Alexander Von Humboldt, the American-born brand boasts that this is the quietest and most nimble vehicle of its type. This is due largely to the inclusion of a Pure³ Advanced Energy System — a generator-free lithium-ion battery rig boasting a whopping 11,600 watt-hours of power. It also features open cell, noise dampening 4-season insulation from nose to tail to ensure that outside noises and weather, be that on the road or at the campsite, stay outside. And the combination of an easy-converting Flex Bed System (which allows for quick cabin changeover from a living room to a reconfigurable 3+ person sleeping area) and modular Ram Tough-Track Mounts (perfect for mounting electronic and/or extra storage solutions) make this a solid camper by any measure. Pricing and availability have yet to be unveiled.
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