Airstream’s First-Ever Adventure Van Is Ideal for Your Off-Grid Escapades

Airstream’s First-Ever Adventure Van Is Ideal for Your Off-Grid Escapades

The company’s newly launched Interstate 24X luxury motor home gives rugged off-roading a major upgrade.

The newest addition to Airstream’s line of high-end Class B motor homes is the Interstate 24X, which blends adventure-ready, off-grid capabilities with  high-quality comfort for the price of $213,850.

"For those who want to head deeper into the woods—who want to get out there away from the crowds—the Interstate 24X lets you do that," says Airstream vice president of sales Justin Humphreys. 

To give adventure lovers the freedom to travel farther and for longer, the adventure-ready RV is outfitted with six all-terrain tires, a 4x4 drivetrain, and off-grid functionality. Outdoor gear can be easily stowed on the interior walls, ceiling, and floor thanks to the hooks, ties, and cinches found in the van’s Aluminum Aircraft L-track Storage System.

The sides, wheels, and front and rear bumpers are wrapped in an ultra-durable coating to protect against scrapes and scratches.

As with all Airstream touring coaches, the Interstate 24X features a convertible floor plan with transforming furniture. The rear seating section, which accommodates six passengers, can easily transform into a sleeping area—marking the largest in any Class B motor home. It can be configured as one large bed, a pair of twin beds, or a split setup with a bed in the front and the rear.

The kitchenette and bathroom—located at the center of the 24-foot motor home—are connected to a 23-gallon freshwater tank, a 24-gallon graywater tank, and an 11-gallon blackwater system.

To ensure comfort on the road in any climate, the Interstate 24X includes a Quiet Series air conditioner, as well as a highly efficient hydronic Timberline furnace and hot water system that can be controlled by a touch screen.

The Interstate 24X also comes prewired with Airstream’s connectivity system and also includes a 5G-ready cellular antenna and USB charging ports to support the work-from-anywhere lifestyle.

The all-electric setup runs off of an Advanced Power System that features 300 watts of flexible, military-grade solar panels and an additional 100-watt solar panel for the chassis battery. The van is also equipped with a pair of Battle Born lithium batteries, an energy management system, and a power inverter—as well as portable panel inputs on the sides for additional solar harvesting.

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