Airstream Interstate 24X Van

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Sales of new RVs in the US reached an all-time high at the beginning of this year. You don’t have to guess at why. We were all sick of looking at our four walls. Our jobs had moved online. And we just wanted something…different. 

Which means Airstream’s off-grid, off-road Interstate 24X Van comes on the scene just at the right time. Twenty-four feet long with sleeping room for two, the van is powered by the V6 turbo diesel engine and Sprinter chassis from Mercedes-Benz. On-demand four-by-four capabilities means you can take it where less capable vans can’t go. And you’ll be able to sleep there too, thanks to off-grid features like solar panels, diesel heating, and 23 gallons of fresh water storage, 24 gallons for grey water and 11 gallons of black. 

There’s a shower and toilet, a fully-outfitted kitchen. The rear has extensive storage for gear including your bikes, kayaks, and other toys. And this particular Airstream can even tow other Airstreams — up to 5,000 pounds. As a Class B motorhome, it’s easier to drive, maneuver, and park than bigger coaches and you’ll even get up to 18 mpg on the highway. 

The Airstream Interstate 24X Van starts at $215,000 and they’re taking orders now at Airstream dealers. Though keep in mind that delivery may be slowed by high demand — now that people are realizing that four walls are lame and four wheels are where it’s at. 

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