Other wheelchair enabled features include wider hallways, a large shower that one could roll their chair into, with an assist bar and folding bench seat, a raised toilet with assist bars, and a roll under sink.
But that isn’t all. Winnebago hasn’t forgotten that sleeping may be an issue. These new rigs also offer an adjustable electric queen bed, while wall-mounted lights and an optional lower microwave make daily activities easier to manage.
“Our accessibility-enhanced customers are looking for the same freedom from home that many RV owners seek and in many cases the ability to travel is much more meaningful. Over the past four decades, we’ve optimized our accessibility enhancements to take them beyond simple add-ons, to developing them into design features founded in countless real-world experiences and with Winnebago’s legendary construction standards,” said Ashis Bhattacharya, Vice President, Strategic Planning and Specialty Vehicles.