Airstream may be best known for its iconic silver trailers, but the company also has a range of more rugged motorhomes with more modern looks. The Interstate 24X joins that line-up today, based on a Mercedes-Benz 3500 Sprinter chassis and offering seating for six and sleeping space for two as standard. There’s 4×4, six wheels with all-terrain tires, and towing support for up to 5,000 pounds.
As you’d hope, everything about the Interstate 24X’s specifications is designed with off-grid use in mind. There’s 400W of solar power onboard, with support for external panels being connected, along with a quiet gas generator. The water heating and furnace system are designed for high altitude use and inclement conditions.
Inside, there’s a large bed with multiple configurations, plus a well-equipped kitchen, all-LED lighting, and pre-wiring for Airstream’s 5G connectivity. Outside, there’s a power awning and more LED lights. It’s available to order from June 2021, priced from $213,850 before extras.