Airstream Bambi Is a Travel Trailer So Light It Can Be Hauled by an SUV

Airstream Bambi Travel Trailer

Looking to upgrade your camping experience from a tent to something a bit more plush? Airstream has just announced that it's launching a single-axle travel trailer light enough to be pulled by an SUV. The Airstream Bambi sleeps up to four people and is so well-organized that you'll have everything you need for your next travel adventure.

The Bambi was first launched by Airstream in 1961 as a single-axle trailer and was later applied to all single-axle silver bullet travel trailers. Now the firm is launching Bambi as its own line of compact trailers in four lengths (16, 19, 20, and 22 feet). Available from 2020, the Bambi starts at $48,900, which places it on the more affordable side for the acclaimed firm.

So what can you expect from the Airstream Bambi? The well-appointed galley kitchen is thoughtfully arranged and the dinette can double as a lounge and extra sleeping area. Stainless steel appliances and the ability to upgrade to a convection oven add a homey touch. The memory foam mattress in the bedroom will allow you get a comfortable rest after a long day of travel and the 22-foot trailer includes a spacious bathroom with a stand-alone shower.

Airstream Bambi Travel Trailer

The Bambi's built-in heating and cooling system ensures that the interior will remain comfortable in any climate and if you are interested in off-the-grid living, it's not a problem. The trailer comes with a solar pre-wire kit. A retractable awning provides plenty of shade so you can spend time outdoors while remaining protected from the sun. And, particularly for those who like to travel to the beach, a built-in exterior shower will let you get clean without making a mess inside.

Storage is also a priority in the Airstream Bambi's design. Every inch of the interior was carefully designed to maximize space. Improved roll-top lockers mean that your belongings will stay safe while remaining accessible. There's also an outdoor storage locker to throw all of your cords, cables, and gear that you don't want cluttering the living area. Strategically placed outlets and USB ports also help you stay charged and ready in any situation.

If you're ready to get on the road and want more news about the Bambi's 2020 release, sign up to receive a brochure and news from Airstream.

Airstream Bambi is a single-axle travel trailer light enough to be hauled by an SUV.

Airstream Bambi Travel Trailer

Features like a retractable awning and exterior shower make it perfect for any travel adventure.

Airstream Bambi Travel Trailer

Airstream Bambi Travel Trailer

Airstream Bambi Travel Trailer

The well-organized, climate-controlled interior can sleep up to four people.

Airstream Bambi Travel Trailer

Airstream Bambi Travel Trailer

Airstream Bambi Travel Trailer

The Airstream Bambi, which comes in four lengths, will be available in 2020.



Airstream Bambi 16 Foot Trailer Floor Plan

Airstream Bambi 16-Foot Interior Floor Plan

Airstream Bambi 19 Foot Trailer Floor Plan

Airstream Bambi 19-Foot Interior Floor Plan

Airstream Bambi 20 Foot Trailer Floor Plan

Airstream Bambi 20-Foot Interior Floor Plan

Airstream Bambi 22 Foot Trailer Floor Plan

Airstream Bambi 22-Foot Interior Floor Plan

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Jessica Stewart

Jessica Stewart is a Contributing Writer and Digital Media Specialist for My Modern Met, as well as a curator and art historian. Since 2020, she is also one of the co-hosts of the My Modern Met Top Artist Podcast. She earned her MA in Renaissance Studies from University College London and now lives in Rome, Italy. She cultivated expertise in street art which led to the purchase of her photographic archive by the Treccani Italian Encyclopedia in 2014. When she’s not spending time with her three dogs, she also manages the studio of a successful street artist. In 2013, she authored the book 'Street Art Stories Roma' and most recently contributed to 'Crossroads: A Glimpse Into the Life of Alice Pasquini'. You can follow her adventures online at @romephotoblog.
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