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Motorhome manufacturer: Winnebago Industries (WGO) (1958)

Warrenberg Industries, Inc. (Winnebago Industries) Winnebago Industries, Inc. (NYSE: WGO) was founded in 1958 and is headquartered in Forest City, Iowa, USA, with 2,900 full-time employees. It is a leisure travel and outdoor company The manufacturer and seller of recreational vehicles used in recreational activities is also a leading manufacturer of motor homes (Motor Homes, also translated as: car houses, car houses, camping vehicles) in the United States.

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Winnebago Industries (WGO):

Winnebago Industries Inc. was founded by John K. Hanson in Iowa on February 12, 1958. At first, it mainly produced trailers. In 1966, it began to produce integrated large-scale camping vehicles (motor homes). In the 1970s, a number of popular car models were popular in the American market. In addition to setting off a wave of self-service travel across the United States, it also promoted large-scale camping in the United States. Many people use the car as a home. Many movies also use the Warrenberg Camper 73 as a scene or prop, because its unique appearance has a cultural symbol to connect a certain type of life in the southern United States, and the “mobile base” characteristics of the camper can also match. The plot of the movie unfolds the story of the protagonist, so it has become a symbolic product of American culture.

Winnebago Industries mainly produces self-sufficient recreational vehicles with central air-conditioning, showers and luxurious kitchens. The main brands of recreational vehicles are: Winnebago, Itasca, Rialta and Ultimate.

Warrenberg Industries’ products are mainly sold through more than 350 dealers in the United States and Canada. In addition to car bodies (complete vehicles), Winnebago Industries also produces aluminum stamped parts, plastic docks, and customized commercial vehicle frames , And various auto parts, and its subsidiaries are engaged in car rental and auto financing services.

Current models of Winnebago Industries (WGO):

Model

series

Car length

fuel

Starting price (ten thousand)

Winnebago Grand Tour / Itasca Ellipse Ultra

Class A

42′

Diesel

$42.9

Winnebago Tour / Itasca Ellipse

Class A

42′

Diesel

$40.3

Winnebago Journey / Itasca Meridian

Class A

36′-42′

Diesel

$27.3

Winnebago Forza/ Itasca Solei

Class A

34′-38′

Diesel

$21.1

Winnebago Via / Itasca Reyo

Class A

25′

Diesel

$13.1

Winnebago Adventurer / Itasca Suncruiser

Class A

32′-38′

gasoline

$19.8

Winnebago Sightseer / Itasca Sunova

Class A

33′-36′

gasoline

$15.5

Winnebago Vista LX / Itasca Sunstar LX

Class A

27′-36′

gasoline

$TBD

Winnebago Vista / Itasca Sunstar

Class A

27′-36′

gasoline

$10.7

Winnebago Brave/ Itasca Tribute

Class A

26′-31′

gasoline

$9.8

Winnebago View / Itasca Navion

Class C

twenty four’

Diesel

$11.2

Winnebago Aspect / Itasca Cambria

Class C

27′-30′

gasoline

$TBD

Winnebago Trend / Itasca Viva!

Class C

25′-31′

gasoline

$9.1

Winnebago Minnie Winnie / Itasca Spirit & Spirit Silver

Class C

22′-31′

gasoline

$6.4

Era

Class B

twenty four’

Diesel

$12.0

Travato

Class B

twenty one’

gasoline

$8.9

Travato

Class B

twenty one’

Diesel

$TBD

Destination

Fifth Wheel

35′-39′

n/a

$9.0

Latitude

Fifth Wheel

33′-37′

n/a

$TBD

Voyage

Fifth Wheel

28′-30′

n/a

$TBD

Ultralite

Travel Trailer

27′-31′

n/a

$TBD

Minnie

Travel Trailer

18′-24′

n/a

$TBD

Micro Minnie

Travel Trailer

17′

n/a

$TBD

Scorpion

Fifth Wheel Toy Hauler

40′

n/a

$TBD

Spyder

Travel Trailer Toy Hauler

24′-32′

n/a

$TBD

Metro Link

Transit Bus

25′-28′

gasoline

$TBD

Park Model RV

Park Model

34′

n/a

$TBD

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