When you have enough zeroes in your bank account, life simply becomes different. The food gets more exotic, clothes fit better and — apparently — people start marketing insanely plush motor vehicles for you. The most mind-blowing of all luxury conveyances are undoubtedly the rolling palaces that lie at the very high end of the RV market. You won’t find these massive machines underneath the RV covers in your neighbor’s driveway. These insane motor homes are the rolling palaces that the world’s super-rich use as their homes away from home.
Marchi Mobile EleMMent Palazzo: The world’s most expensive RV was made by an Austrian car company, and costs over 1.9 million English pounds. The 40-inch flat-screen is impressive, as is the full bar. But both could be considered “blah” compared to the pop-up roof patio and insane expandable living room that expands the RV’s square-footage by 80 percent. Did I mention that the EleMMent looks like you could drive it to outer-space?
Vantare Platinum Plus: What would a luxury, rolling mansion be without a king size bed? For that matter, why not throw in a built-in treadmill? Such amenities for the Platinum Plus are only matched by the luxurious materials used in construction of every last detail, from luxurious floors to the stunning light fixtures. Think Italian leather, Inca marble, antique bronze and all the high-end materials you’d expect to find in a Hollywood mansion. There’s still one surprise left, though: Towing your car behind the RV? The Platinum Plus would rather store it in its auto-retracting, underbelly compartment. That’s right; you can fit your entire vehicle beneath the RV. And it’ll only set you back $2.5 million.
C.A.M.I.L.C. Terra Wind: For the Navy Seal team that likes to travel in style, we have the amphibious Terra Wind. Two bronze propellers with stainless steel rudders let you quite literally take this motor home off-road. The engine features a snorkel to supply air to the engine, and the reinforced fiberglass shell helps keep it afloat. Appliances like a trash compactor or combination washer/dryer seem like afterthoughts when you can drive on water. Terra Wind models start at $850,000 and up.
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