Airstream Has Introduced An Electric Travel Trailer

published Feb 6, 2022
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Airstream, pioneers in off-grid living and makers of the easily recognizable “silver bullet” travel trailers, has introduced its new all-electric travel trailer that has been designed with a range of innovative features to help its parent company, THOR Industries, navigate towards a more eco-friendly future.

The eStream Concept Travel Trailer is an all-electric model that promises to give future owners more control and freedom. The heart of the new trailer is a bank of high-voltage batteries that powers everything from the air conditioning to the all-electric appliances and drive-assist motors in the wheels, and the model has been designed with the next generation of RVs in mind, allowing for a simplified, eco-conscious living.

“What the eStream represents for Airstream is a glimpse into our future,” said Bob Wheeler, President and CEO of Airstream, in a press release. “We created an aspirational travel trailer—something that supports and encourages a sustainable way to travel and gives future customers the opportunity to spend more time off-grid pursuing their passions without having to worry about managing their resources. It’s really about improving the customer experience and making sure we deliver a sustainability-focused product at the end of the road.”

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Not compromising on style, the eStream features modern interiors that includes a white and blue color palette and sleek, modern appliances and furniture that allows owners to utilize the small space. With its 22-feet-long floor plan and powerful 80 kWhrs battery bank, the trailer can comfortably sleep up to four people for long periods, making it an ideal investment for small families. There’s 900 watts of solar power from five 180-watt semi-flexible solar panels—more than double the solar harvesting capacity of any current Airstream model. The high-voltage battery also allows for the inclusion of kitchen appliances that operate solely on battery power.

“There’s enough power in this concept travel trailer to bring all the comforts of home and to run all of its systems for an extended period of time off grid,” said McKay Featherstone, Airstream VP of Product Development and Engineering. “It’s going to help customers go wherever they want to go, and to stay there as long as they wish.”

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