Streamlined. Fuel Efficient.

Founder Wally Byam developed Airstream’s revolutionary low, rounded shape – making towing easier and more stable. Using aluminum he also made trailers light as possible. After over 80 years, the Airstream concept is still relevant today, lowering fuel and horsepower needs. Airstreams are known for superior structural integrity: their semi-monocoque construction weds inner and outer aluminum layers to an integrated aluminum frame.

The Wind Deflects Off Its Shape


Lightweight. Streamlined. Fuel efficient. There's nothing better than traveling with your Airstream on a blustery day and smiling inside – because you know the wind will flow around its aerodynamic shape.

It Sticks to the Road like Glue


Aluminum skins and frames give Airstream its rigidity and durability. A rubber torsion axle and wheels with under mounted holding tanks create a low center of gravity. Plus, its aerodynamic design offers up to 20% more towing efficiency than standard box trailers.

Silver has always been green!

Silver is Green

Airstreams are handcrafted by Americans to be handed down, not dumped in a landfill. In fact, nearly 70% of all Airstreams ever built are still on the road, meaning impressive resale value for you. Its exceptional rigidity and low, rounded shape creates increased towing efficiency, stability and driving safety, too.

Airstream Performance

How does an Airstream handle on the test track?