For nearly a century, Airstream has been designing campers built for both adventurous forever roamers or big families looking to enjoy summer time trips together. Now, the iconic camper brand has just introduced its latest concept, which is geared towards sustainable travelers of all types. The 2020 Atlas Camper features a solar-paneled rooftop and an ultra luxurious living space.
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Although Airstream has long leaned into contemporary and high-tech design, even featuring smart technology in their recent models, the Atlas 2020 is one of the companyâ€™s boldest designs yet. Modeled after the 201â€˛ Mercedes-BenzÂ Sprinter, the exterior stays true to the camperâ€™s signature shimmery silver cladding, which affords the camper an aerodynamicity that provides a very smooth ride.
For power generation, the camperâ€™s rooftop is lined with three-hundred watts of solar panels, which provides enough clean energy to charge electronic devices, and can be increased to potentially go completely off-grid.
The contemporary camper stretches out over 24 feet and looks to be one of the companyâ€™s most luxurious designs yet. With the capacity to accommodate two passengers, the camperâ€™s living space is increased thanks to its power slide-out â€” a first of its kind for the camper manufacturers. The interior designÂ is made up of sleek, shiny black and grey furnishings that give off a definite contemporary vibe.
The main living space converts into a comfy bedroom thanks to aÂ fold-out Murphy bed. When not in use, the bedroom is a spacious living room with a hideaway smart TV. Past the living room is a small kitchenette, which features a refrigerator and two-burner stovetop. And for a true glimpse into luxurious design, the bathroom is a spa-inspired space with closet, standup-shower and porcelain toilet.
For extra living space, the beautifulÂ Airstream modelÂ features a wonderful amenity on its exterior. At just a simple push of a button, an exterior awning extends to let campers enjoy a bit of outdoor space for dining or just taking in the views while parked in amazing settings.
Via Design Boom