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The 5 Most Expensive RVs In The World
An RV is nearly always a major investment, but there are some luxury versions out there that take this to another level. Luxury RVs can cost more than ten times as much as an average American family home.
These luxurious RVs have been dubbed "mobile yachts" and can come with a multitude of upscale designs and features, including enough facilities to allow them to be lived in all of the time. This is a far cry from most people’s typical vision of camping, but it is a lifestyle that everyone from movie stars to nomads have adopted and love.
Price tags for these luxurious vehicles vary, but here’s a look at some of the most expensive models in the world. You can be packing one up and setting off on an adventure of a lifetime - if you have a spare $2 million or more.
Newell Coach P50
If you have a cool $2 million to spend, the Newell Coach P50 could be yours. Designed by Porsche, the 50th anniversary version of this luxury RV has three beds and can be customized to meet your exact requirements.
Each one is created to order - as you might expect when something that has such a hefty price tag - and boasts a range of smart features and luxurious materials.The entry doors are keyless, and both the passenger and driver’s seat in the front have cooling, heating, and massaging options.
The dashboard is a wonder of modern technology, offering everything from Bluetooth and a navigation system to a camera system, such as the Voyager 146 Fixed Angle Camera, radio, such as the Uniden Pro520xl CB Radio, and radar detector.
If this is not enough, this luxurious RV has no less than four air conditioners mounted in the roof, along with a washer and a dryer for when the laundry builds up. In the kitchen area, there is a pair of induction cooktops, a sink, a refrigerator, a freezer, a dish drawer, and a garbage disposal. There is also a set dining area and extendable dinette for when TV or al fresco dinners just won’t suffice.
A surround sound system is also included in the price, as are multiple big-screen TVs, while the bathroom has a regular sized shower and quartz countertops.
If the thought of the Newell Coach P50 doesn’t rev your engine, maybe you would prefer the $2.3 million Millennium H3-45. This luxury RV offers over 400 square feet of interior space, along with a breakfast bar, multiple TVs, massage seats, a computer and heated flooring.
The bathroom and kitchen countertops are made out of quartz, and the cabinets are all handmade. The kitchen has a standard freezer and refrigerator, along with a wine refrigerator for storing your favorite vintages. Outside, there is a 360-degree camera and an outdoor grill.
The Furrion Elysium will set you back around $2.5 million and boasts a hot tub and a retractable rooftop helipad. If you still want more, there is an outside theater, along with a luxury kitchen and high-tech navigation and entertainment features.
Featherlite Vantare Platinum Plus
For the same $2.5 million price tag, you could choose the Featherlite Vantare Platinum Plus with its custom-built roof sculptures, ceiling encrusted with Swarovski crystals, and sports car garage.
This RV powerhouse offers a vast array of features, including heated flooring, an electric extending dinette, power window shades, automatic lighting, and a full-sized stacked washer and dryer. Ultra-luxurious extras also include king-sized beds, Walker Zanger tiles, Concetto agate worktops and Lafer recliners.
Marchi Mobile EleMMent Palazzo
If the Featherlite Vantare Platinum Plus is simply not decadent enough for you, you need the $3 million Marchi Mobile EleMMent Palazzo. This is the space shuttle of the RV world, with its sleek, space-age design and aviation-inspired cockpit.
Panorama is the buzzword when it comes to this unbelievable RV, from its panoramic windshield to its Sky Lounge offering yet more panoramic views.
Own this beauty and you could enjoy al fresco dining on the walled roof deck, which connects to the RV’s interior via a stairwell. Inside, there is radiant floor heating, accompanied by programmable zones, and a living room featuring everything from an ice maker and wine refrigerator to a couch and bar. There is also a luxurious open kitchenette and a bathroom fitted with architectural mirrors and a top-of-the-range rainfall shower.
These extravagant vehicles offer a different level of luxury when it comes to RV adventures, but fortunately, there are plenty of options out there that will meet the requirements of a slightly more restrained budget.