Winnebago this week released the Solis Pocket, a revamped addition to its campervan lineup. The Solis Pocket joins the 59P and 59PX as a third available floorplan.
“We are excited to introduce the new 36A to the Solis lineup,” said Winnebago Product Manager Chris Bienert. “We created a new name for the 36A – the Solis Pocket – due to its compact size and feature set that’s slightly different than the 59P and 59PX floorplans. The Solis Pocket’s simple and multifunctional design aligns well with the needs of DIYers who might otherwise attempt to build out their own van. This camper van is the turn-key solution to start enjoying van life right away.”
The Solis Pocket features a RAM ProMaster chassis with a high roof and 136-inch wheelbase. At 17 feet, 10 inches long, Winnebago says the model is “easy to maneuver, handle and park due to its compact size, yet it has significant ground clearance.”
“What’s nice about the Solis Pocket is that its compact design easily navigates urban areas but stays true to the Solis’ surf-to-slope design and accommodates all facets of life and travel on the road,” said Bienert.
Inside, the Solis Pocket features a customizable living area. This allows it to accommodate remote workers, who have taken to full-time RV. The dinette can transition into a daybed or sofa. And, the full-length work center provides space for storing and charging electronics and other needs when working from the road.
The Solis Pocket is due to arrive at dealers this fall. For more information visit winnebago.com/theroadahead.