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Airstream's New Touring Coach Is Not Your Grandfather's RV

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Airstream might be best known for its chic designs of the classic "Silver Twinkie" trailer, but a new line of touring coaches is upping the ante on Class-B mobile luxury. The company teamed up with Mercedes-Benz to offer entirely new floorpans for 2016, and the Grand Tour EXT and Lounge EXT models (both starting at $155,060) take "camping" to a whole new level. Forget smelly toilets and uncomfortable beds, these RVs boast heated seats, remote-controlled shades, and adjustable LED lighting. There is plenty of storage under the convertible bed, and the kitchen just might be nicer than the one in your house (just look at that pantry!). And for those who can't image glamping without some serious entertainment, Airstream's touring coaches come with widescreen TVs, Blu-Ray players, Bluetooth, USB charging ports, and a serious sound system. All that's missing is your custom polo shirts and that uber-expensive bottle of wine. This is camping at its most expensive.

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