Airstream’s RVs are an indispensable piece of Americana, as they are known for their vintage style and iconic design the world over. But the brand makes more than aluminum trailers that look great on a postcard. They also make some of the most capable campers and RVs in the world, like the brand-new Interstate 24X Touring Coach.
The Airstream Interstate 24X is the most rugged adventure van the brand has ever released. Based on a Mercedes-Benz 3500 Sprinter van chassis, the 24X comes with four-wheel drive, all-terrain tires and wheels, a front off-road 42” LED light bar, and 5,000 lbs of towing capacity. It also offers a versatile 24-foot floor plan that can seat up to six passengers, and its convertible arrangement offers the largest sleeping area of any Class B motorhome. There’s loads of storage thanks to the Aluminum Aircraft L-Track Storage System that’s able to safely strap in all your adventure gear, and the advanced power system featuring two 100 Ah Deep Cycle Lithium Battle Born Batteries, a 30 AMP energy management system, a 2000 watt power inverter, and military-grade solar panels provides plenty of juice. Airstream is taking orders now for the Interstate 24X, which is priced at $213,850.
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