Airstream launched the latest addition to the brand’s Type B motorhome lineup, dubbed the Interstate 24X.
The new unit features all-terrain tires and wheels, an updated power system and a floorplan designed for gear storage and extra guests.
The company stated its new adventure van answered a consumer desire for off-grid capabilities, such as bringing along bikes, kayaks, snowboards and other gear. The unit is built on the same Mercedes-Benz chassis as other motorized Airstream products.
“Your RV is a tool for adventure, and in designing this van, we knew we had to stay true to that simple idea,” Airstream President and CEO Bob Wheeler said. “An Airstream adventure van had to naturally combine the functionality of our Basecamp line with the luxurious amenities you see in the Interstate and Atlas.”
The 24X’s interior features room to sit up to six passengers, in addition to the largest convertible sleeping area in any Airstream Type B motorhome. The RV comes with space to store and access gear on the walls, ceiling and floor.
Airstream stated its Interstate 24X is the most capable touring coach in its lineup, with 4×4 drivetrain and six all-terrain tires.
“The wait is over, and we could not be more excited,” Airstream VP of Sales Justin Humphreys said. “For those who want to head deeper into the woods – who want to get out there away from the crowds and find that perfect boondocking spot – the Interstate 24X lets you do that.”
Airstream dealers are taking orders now and will receive inventory in the coming weeks.