Winnebago arrived at the 2022 Florida RV SuperShow with a big first for the American RV market — the e-RV concept. The e-RV is more than just an electric conversion. All-electric base chassis are non-existent at the moment, so Winnebago had to go to Colorado's eLightning Motors to convert a Ford Transit, using an 86kW battery pack and 350-volt and 110-volt electrical systems. The 350-volt circuit powers high-demand appliances like the water heater, while the 110-volt supplies the induction cooktop and fridge. Winnebago estimates a 45-minute charge time and 125 miles of range for the e-RV — not numbers that mesh with the long-range expectations of American RV owners, but a good first step to bringing electric RVs to market.