Most famous travel trailer company, Airstream, just debuted a new product: the Globetrotter. Almost 70 years ago the company’s founder Wally Byam set out on a European trip in an Airstream, and adorned the side with the words ‘Globe Trotters.’ Now, Airstream is bringing back the storied name with their new trailer, designed with United Kingdom-based design firm Astheimer Limited. The Globetrotter is a 27-foot long trailer that can sleep as many as six people comfortably.
Its interior is filled with soft curves, clean lines, and symmetry, offering an uncluttered look that that celebrates simplicity and order. You can choose from four interior décor options, each anchored in either light and airy or warm and dark woods.
Whether your adventures take you near or far, the Globetrotter has every amenity you need to feel at home. A small kitchen features a three-burner stove, pantry, and 6.7 cubic foot fridge. There’s a bathroom with built-in nightstands, a shower, bathroom, and dinette space that doubles as a lounge bed.
The trailer can also go off-grid with an optional solar package that includes two 80-watt solar panels, two batteries, and an inverter. It’s equipped with low flow water fixtures, and LED lighting – both inside and out. Airstream utilized low volatile organic compound materials, and Wheeler estimates around 90 percent of the materials in the trailer are recyclable.
Comfort, convenience, technology, and entertainment – the Globetrotter wraps them all in a beautiful, design-forward package. Now, it can be yours for $99,900.