The second version of Winnebago's electric RV prototype, the eRV2, is made its debut at the Florida RV Supershow. The prototype is in the hands of a fleet of customers for the next six months, in order to finalize the production model, although Winnebago has no date on when that might happen. The eRV2 is built on the Ford E-Transit chassis, an urban-centric delivery platform with 108 miles of range from a 68kWh battery. While that seems very low for a vehicle that brings to mind trips far away from civilization, Winnebago did say that they're looking into extending range figures. Solar panels on the roof can generate up to 900w to power the accessory and main batteries. The latest version of Winnebago Connect controls the eRV2 from either a mina touchscreen or an app, allowing full control of the RV's systems from lighting to HVAC. Inside, the eRV2 features two workstations with charge points and rotating drivers and passenger chairs.