Winnebago’s Solis Pocket Gets Even Better with New Floorplan
The Latest Edition of the Class B Camper Van Adds a Wet Bath, a Versatile Multi-Functional Dinette, and an Optional Power System
Winnebago’s Solis Pocket has always been a comfortable, well-equipped camper van, offering a surprising number of features in a compact design. But a new floorplan promises to add even more functionality to the vehicle, making it more versatile than ever. And with the optional new Winnebago x EcoFlow Power Kit Pro, owners can wander further off-grid in search of adventure.
The Solis Pocket 36B is the latest addition to Winnebago’s camper van line-up. This new floorplan adds a wet bath to the rear of the vehicle, complete with a shower, sink, medicine cabinet, and removable cassette toilet. That same space doubles as an onboard mudroom perfect for storing wet gear like skis, paddling equipment, or dirty boots.
Winnebago has also expanded the versatility of the multi-functional dinette, which offers eight unique modes of operation in the 36B. Those include two dining modes to accommodate up to four people and a travel mode that transforms to provide seating for two additional passengers. The dinette also converts into a single 30” x 75” bed for solo travelers without inhibiting access to any of the van’s features and amenities. The sleeping space can expand into a 53” x 75” double bed when more room is needed. Additionally, four different lounge modes utilize the van’s large sofa to create a daybed, an L-shaped sitting space, and more.
With the 36B floorplan, Winnebago also offers an optional new power solution created in collaboration with EcoFlow. The exclusive Winnebago x EcoFlow Power Kit Pro includes a 5-kilowatt-hour Lithium battery pack that offers excellent storage capacity without taking up too much space or adding excessive weight to the vehicle. The lithium battery connects to an innovative 5-in-1 power hub that includes an inverter and the ability to harness energy from shore power, solar panels, and the van’s alternator. The result is an efficient power solution that can generate up to 3,600 watts of electricity to run multiple appliances simultaneously.
Starting at $140,375, the Solis Pocket is Winnebago’s most affordable and accessible camper van. The vehicle is designed to accommodate beginner and veteran RVers alike, giving them all the features they need to enjoy their time in the outdoors. The van is even heavily insulated for comfort in cool weather, allowing owners to extend their camping season from early spring into late fall.
To learn more about the exciting Solis Pocket 36B, visit the Winnebago website.