The Truma AquaGo, the Truma VarioHeat, and the all-new Truma Aventa will be highlighted on Winnebago Towables' latest development at the Florida RV SuperShow. The trio of Truma products is standard on the high-tech, energy-efficient Micro Minnie FLX travel trailer.
Efficiency has always been a cornerstone of Truma’s product development. Each Truma product was hand-selected by Winnebago Towables for its reliability, solar compatibility, and performance, both on and off the grid.
"While the Micro Minnie FLX has focused on solar, we didn’t want to stop there. We wanted to include more efficient systems that can help extend the use of RVs while unplugged. The AquaGo water heater and VarioHeat furnace checked those boxes. The fact that the new 110V Aventa AC is so efficient it can be powered off the 12V system the Micro Minnie FLX offers, was an added bonus. While the Micro Minnie FLX does focus on unplugged stays, we didn’t want to discount the customers who are looking for a better connected experience. The suite of Truma appliances offers just that. Truma has a strong reputation for engineering, quality of its products, and support after the sale. All of these factors made sense to grow the Truma and Winnebago relationship into our Towables business," said Adam Christoffersen, Senior Product Manager, Winnebago Towables.
The Truma AquaGo, Truma VarioHeat, and Truma Aventa are all conveniently controlled from a single Truma CP Plus control panel in the unit. This allows Micro Minnie FLX owners to set their ideal water temperature and interior trailer temperature in one place. The Truma CP Plus will automatically engage the air conditioner or the furnace as needed to maintain the desired interior temperature so the trailer never gets too hot or too cold and valuable energy is not wasted.