They are sleek, nostalgic, and a reminder of classic American road travel
The Airstream, still going strong. There is a reason by they look a bit like a jet engine. The designs in the 1930’s were created by Hawley Bowlus who was the chief designer for the Charles Lindbergh aircraft, the Spirit of St. Louis.
People who love Airstreams are known as “Airstreamers”. The Sterling edition is the latest version.
Molly Hansen with Airstream talks about the culture, and what’s new in the Airstream of today.