Nope, that's not an Airstream trailer. That is a Bowlus Road Chief travel trailer.

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Bowlus was acquired by Airstream in 1936, after having built 80 of the riveted-aluminum trailers. In 2013 Bowlus was revived and brought into the 21st century while still maintaining that Art Deco look.

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If you want to go home with everything you see here, it'll probably cost you nearly half a million bucks.

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The living room can transform into a dining area for four people.

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When not used for dining, the living area can seat five people.

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While different finishes are available in the Bowlus Road Chief, they are all impeccably designed and manufactured in the Bowlus factory in Oxnard, California.

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In case you're wondering, the floors are heated and the Bowlus Road Chief On The Road weighs a mere 2,300 pounds.

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Bowlus currently offers two models. The Road Chief On the Road retails for $137,000.

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If you have $219,000 burning a hole in your pocket, trade up to the Road Chief Limited Edition, with lithium ion phosphate batteries that can power the trailer for a week completely off the grid.

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The lightweight trailer means it can be towed by smaller vehicles. Here it's towed by a Bentley Bentayga, but the company claims a Tesla Model X has plenty of power to pull the Road Chief.

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