Winnebago Industries announced Thursday that it plans to unveil an electric-powered motorhome next week, but did not say when or if the vehicle will come to market.
The Iowa-founded company, with primary manufacturing facilities in Forest City, said in a news release that it will be unveiling what it described as the “all-electric concept motorhome” on Jan. 18 at the Florida RV Super Show in Tampa, Florida.
It said the company’s Advanced Technology Group has been working on the concept for two years and that it “demonstrates a commitment to innovation and sustainability with product electrification, connectivity and improving user interface experiences for customers.”
The release revealed no details about the concept’s size, powertrain or cost, should it be offered commercially. A Winnebago representative did not immediately return a reporter’s phone call.