Two people going on a more extended vacation or camping trip together will find more storage and comfort in the Grand Tour. And larger groups traveling to a specific event or destination will find more flexibility in the Lounge.
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"As we've developed the Interstate over time and thought about the different uses our customers might need it for, we've really developed two different lines."
"When we approached the design of the Grand Tour floorplan, we really thought about the needs of two people traveling extensively and camping. Whether it's a larger fridge and freezer, more galley and storage space, a flip up workstation - it's really designed around the needs of those people."
"The Lounge on the other hand gives you more flexibility for other kinds of events, traveling to a destination with many people - as many as eight or nine - in belted seats. Whether it's a tailgate experience or a soccer tournament, it's more designed to have flexibility for uses closer to home."
"Whatever the need, we've tried to answer it with one floorplan or another."
The Interstate offers over 50 best-in-class standard features, perfect for those who seek the best or nothing at all. See how you can experience your next adventure in luxurious style.
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