Explore the outdoors in utmost comfort with your family on the new limited-edition National Park Foundation Series motorhome by Winnebago

American RV manufacturer Winnebago Industries has revealed the new limited-edition National Park Foundation Series that celebrates the company’s ongoing partnership with the National Park Foundation and the Service Corps. The new NPF Series includes Winnebago’s most popular RVs – the big, Class A Vista and smaller, Ram ProMaster-based Solis. The two limited-edition models made their public debut at the recently concluded America’s Largest RV Show in Hershey, Pennsylvania, alongside nearly 100 other Winnebago models.

“We are thrilled to showcase our latest lineup of RVs and towables and demonstrate our vigorous commitment to continuous innovation,” said Winnebago Outdoors President Huw Bower. “We are dedicated to building and improving products based on customers’ evolving wants and needs. Every vehicle on display gives them freedom to explore new frontiers on their terms, with the quality craftsmanship and comforts they desire.”

Starting with the larger-sized Vista National Park Foundation Series, it comes standard with an upgraded solar energy system that features a total of three 115-watt panels on the roof. This triples the power output compared to the standard setup, making it perfect for extended off-the-grid camping trips. Winnebago has also equipped the limited-edition version of Vista with plush SumoSprings. It features micro-cellular polyurethane to reduce body vibration and harshness. Furthermore, it gets the Tailgate Package in which a panel on the side opens to reveal a separate refrigerator, sink, and propane connector for a stove or grille. The Vista National Park Foundation motorhome is available in a single floor plan and starts at $221,034.

Just like the Vista National Park Foundation Series, the limited edition Solis motorhome rides on SumoSprings. The small, ProMaster-based model gets a rear, overland-style drawer system that works as a table or outdoor cooking platform. It also comes fitted with all-terrain tires on performance wheels and insulated floor and window coverings for extended-season use. Just like the Vista model, the Solis National Park Foundation Series is available in a single floor plan and retails for $135,561.

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