Airstream is best known for their huge and luxurious campers that allow you to bring a big load of creature comforts to the wild outdoors. As awesome as they are, though, massive trailers are far from the most convenient thing to tow, with many people opting for smaller, easier-to-tow setups. That’s the crowd Airstream is hoping to attract to their new Basecamp Trailer.
Measuring 16’3’’ long, this thing is a lot more compact than your traditional Airstream trailer, making it a whole lot easier to tow during trips. Despite the compact frame, it’s loaded with amenities, boasting a kitchen, dining area, lounge, bedroom, bathroom, and a whole lot more.
The Airstream Basecamp Trailer, basically, mirrors the company’s iconic trailer shape in a smaller package, complete with all-aluminum construction for lightweight rigidity. It has a lounge that doubles as a convertible bed when nighttime comes, along with two fans, LED interior lighting, and a Bose sound system to provide a comfortable time inside. For food prep, it has laminate table tops, a stainless sink, and a two-burner cooktop, with a built-in bathroom housing a handheld hot-and-cold shower and toilet.
Electrical system is standard, with a 1000W inverter and multiple power outlets, with a pre-wired kit ready to hook up to your own solar panels for keeping the batteries replenished. Other standard features include two 20-pound steel tanks (for water), a water heater, safety gear (fire extinguisher, smoke detector, first aid kit), and built-in storage sections.
Pricing for the Airstream Basecamp starts at $35,000.