For the 2015 model year, the Winnebago Brave offers an integrated backup camera and GPS system, interior LED lighting, blackout shades, an electronic patio awning, and electronically-deployed loft beds. Winnebago styled the Brave after its models from the 1960s and 1970s. The motor home has Winnebago's classic flying W logo painted on its side, retro exterior styling and a protruding brow above the windshield, characteristic of Winnebago's original motor homes.
Winnebago also designed the Brave's interior with a retro style, offering original, 1960s-inspired patterns for its floors, countertops, ceilings, upholstery and trim. Depending on the floor plan, the Brave's main living space contains a 28-, 32- or 46-inch high-definition television, dining table, full extension drawers, bench seats, and swivelling armchairs. The motorhome's kitchen offers a refrigerator with a freezer unit, a three-burner range, an oven, a microwave and a vented hood for the range. The bathroom boasts a skylight, pedal flush toilet, medicine cabinet, flexible shower head and glass shower door, while the bedroom contains a queen bed, bedside table, loft bed and optional 32-inch television.
Winnebago builds the Brave on Ford's F53 motorhome chassis. This chassis includes a 10-cylinder, gas-powered engine that makes 362 horsepower and 460 foot-pounds of torque, a five-speed automatic transmission, and rear-wheel drive.