Winnebago Debuts New Floorplans at Florida Show

Winnebago lush living interior of motorhome


Winnebago Industries will introduce the Winnebago Sightseer and Itasca Sunova 35G floorplan to the retail market for the first time at the 2013 Florida RV SuperShow. The SuperShow will be held Jan. 16-20, at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa, Fla.

According to a press release, the gas-powered Sightseer and Sunova offer four full-featured floorplans, including the brand new 35G. The 35G features three spacious slideouts, an extendable U-shaped sectional sofa/sleeper and the new “InTable.”

Winnebago’s exclusively designed “InTable” functions not only as an end table, but also as a dining table, island and desk. Plus, the “InTable” has flip-up ends to expand its working surface, offers storage and is mobile so it can be used throughout the front living area of the motorhome.

In addition, a full complement of Winnebago motorhomes and towable products will be on display at the show, including:

– Winnebago Tour and Itasca Ellipse 42GD with four slideouts, a unique forward galley, 55-inch LCD TV mid-coach with lounge seating in an L-shaped extendable sectional sofa, a spacious bathroom and elegant extendable dining table.

– Winnebago Vista and Itasca Sunstar 26HE, a value-loaded floorplan that is ideal for RV enthusiasts of all ages.

– Winnebago Journey and Itasca Meridian 34B, a new floorplan that brings an extendable sectional Comfort Sofa Sleeper and incredible spaciousness thanks to triple slideouts.

– Winnebago Ultralite, a new entry into the lightweight travel trailer market that features a blend of Amish craftsmanship with 21st century styling. At less than 6,000 pounds, the Ultralite can be towed with most of today’s smaller tow vehicles.


  1. I didn’t see any mention of diesel being applied to these vehicles. That’s a shame and the reason I bought a View Profile even though I’d have gone bigger if only there was a diesel option. My camping world sales rep said the manufactures told him some fiction about the diesel not fitting in the chassis as if Ford doesn’t already off diesels for those chassis. I really don’t get the fear of Diesel in the U.S. but then again you’d think clean diesel was something new when you read U.S. publications.


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