Airstream USA's 2015 line includes four motor coaches based on the type-B design. Each is customizable, allowing owners to strike a balance between passenger capacity and luxury. All come standard with compact galley, bathroom and shower facilities, and the EXT series is slightly oversized for additional cargo space.
A type-B motorhome is built on an extended van chassis and is the smallest type of motorhome available. The smaller size provides better handling, allowing the coach to perform like a passenger van in traffic. Type-B motorhomes typically lack the expansion capability of larger motor coaches, limiting the internal floor space of the living area.
Airstream's motor coaches feature a modular design, allowing buyers to customize seating and sleeping arrangements to suit their needs. Most designs can be customized to seat 6 or 8 passengers but typically feature only one sleeping area with a queen- or king-sized mattress. All Airstream motorhomes have a towing capacity of at least 5,000 pounds, allowing the addition of a cargo trailer or even a small travel trailer for additional accommodations.
In addition to Airstream's motor coaches, the company carries several lines of travel trailers. These range from 16 to 30 feet in length and sleep two to eight adults, depending on the design. The company also sells the Autobahn, a passenger van without sleeping, bathroom or dining facilities.