Airstream Atlas Touring Coach

It's fitting that the Airstream Atlas Touring Coach is based on a Mercedes-Benz. Inspired by the Airstream Interstate, it's their largest, most luxurious coach, filled with touches that wouldn't feel out of place in an S-Class. Those include high-end finishes and fabrics, a hidden TV that slides up when needed, and a centralized control panel. A power slide-out makes room for the 73" full Murphy Suite, ensuring a good night's rest, the three-piece bathroom makes cleaning up enjoyable, and the upscale kitchen means you can cook up more than campfire fare.

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