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14 of the Most Outrageous Luxury RVs Money Can Buy

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With price tags that rival homes in exclusive neighborhoods and interior furnishings and amenities to match, today's luxury recreational vehicles are sophisticated mini-mansions on wheels. Travelers with $1 million or more to spend on an RV can ensure they never have to rough it, even in the middle of nowhere.

Furrion Elysium

furrion elysium ($3.4 million)

Furrion has designed a concept RV complete with a two-person helicopter and landing area. The "upper-deck sanctuary" also features an entertainment area, lounge, and hot tub, along with the helipad and Robinson R22 helicopter. Inside the RV are three 75-inch 4K TVs, a 15-inch touch-screen infotainment system, exterior observation cameras, and an electric fireplace. There's also a full kitchen with an induction cooktop, convection microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, oven, and wine fridge. Not to be overlooked are a smart toilet and smart shower.
EleMMent Palazzo Superior
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elemment palazzo superior ($3 million)

One of the most buzzed-about offerings in the RV space, this sleek, futuristic vehicle combines design features from motor sports, aviation, and yachting. The cockpit-like driver's cabin features central digital instrumentation and MMI control, as well as a panoramic windshield that can be darkened automatically. Beyond the driver's seat, an automatic lift system raises the Sky Lounge up out of the RV body to create a walled-in roof deck. Additional highlights include a 4-meter couch within reach of a bar, wine cabinet, and icemaker and a bedroom featuring a king-size bed manufactured by the same company that supplies the British royal family.
Featherlite Vantare Platinum Plus
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featherlite vantare platinum plus ($2.5 million)

Towing a car behind a recreational vehicle is for commoners. The Vantare Platinum Plus allows a vehicle to be stored inside the RV. This model also includes such luxe touches as entry steps made of rare Inca marble, Italian leather ceilings in some areas, a salon with a reclining Italian sofa, and a liquor cabinet replete with Michael Weems glasses. The bedroom features a plasma TV that rises from the floorboard.
Featherlite Solstice
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featherlite solstice ($2.2 million)

Among the highlights of this stunning $2.2 million home on wheels are a 60-inch Samsung 4K LCD HDTV and Sonos sound in the salon; yacht-style LED lighting; Viking and Fisher & Paykel appliances; heated floors; and an exterior entertaining area that includes a refrigerator, ice maker, power bar, and built-in blender. The sleek, airbrushed exterior would fit right in at the VIP section of a music festival.
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prevost h3-45 vip ($1.6 million)

This sleek motor coach boasts a roomy interior and charcoal gray exterior with smoked-glass windows. Buyers can choose from several floor plans or design their own, and choose options such as auto climate control and dynamic interior lighting. Other notable details include 360-degree views through enormous windows, wood floors, and marble tables.
Earthroamer XV-HD
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earthroamer xv-hd ($1.5 million)

Modestly described as the "next level in luxury overland vehicles," four-wheel-drive Earthroamers are designed to travel off the beaten path. The vehicles, based on Ford's F-750 truck body, are equipped with a massive rooftop solar array and come with a lithium battery bank, so that occupants can be self-sufficient and get off the grid. Interior details include handcrafted finishes, a full bathroom with separate shower, a washer and dryer, a full kitchen with premium appliances, in-floor radiant heating, and Bose surround sound. Each vehicle is custom-built and can accommodate up to six people.
Foretravel ih-45
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foretravel ih-45 ($1.3 million)

This pricey RV has a conservative, bus-like exterior, but inside it resembles a luxurious hotel suite. Buyers can customize the vehicle with dozens of options, including heated floors, quartz countertops, stainless-steel kitchen sink, tile floors, and handcrafted wood cabinetry. Other customization options include wine chillers, electric window awnings, patio awnings, a washer and dryer, and a solar-powered generator.
Liberty Coach Elegant Lady
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liberty coach elegant lady ($1 million-plus)

Family-run Liberty Coach has been building recreational vehicles for a half century, and its offerings reflect what customers have come to expect: choice. Some of the optional interior features on the Elegant Lady include a 49-inch curved 4K TV in the bedroom, four rooftop air conditioners, floors with zone heating, and a tankless water heater for unlimited hot showers in a marble or granite shower. There's also a 360-degree exterior camera system (for people who never want to go outside).
Newmar King Aire 4553
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newmar king aire 4553 ($1 million-plus)

This 45-foot-long recreational vehicle has luxury features including hand-laid porcelain plank tile, Newmark-exclusive fabrics from Ralph Lauren Home Collection, two Sony 4K TVs with Blu-ray players, and a master bath fitted with a Fresca shower panel with massage sprays. Kitchen amenities range from a Fisher & Paykel dishwasher to a stainless-steel farmhouse sink.
Anderson Mobile Estates
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anderson mobile estates ($1 million-plus)

The recreational vehicles from Anderson Mobile Estates are aimed at Hollywood royalty. Past clients include Will Smith, Vin Diesel, Brad Pitt, Richard Gere, and Jennifer Lopez, to name just a few. Every square inch of open living space in the RV is purposed to fit the owner's personal style, needs, and wants, with an extensive options list including exotic woods, leather upholstery, and audio and visual options, to name just a few possibilities. Some of the company's luxury RVs even have an expandable second level.
Renegade Ikon
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renegade ikon ($757,000)

An RV on steroids, the 2018 Renegade Ikon aims to takes the design of motor homes to new extremes. Buyers can select from four floor plans with opposing hydraulic slide-out rooms and 87-inch ceilings. There's also a long list of lavish interior options, ranging from quartz countertops to Villa Ultraleather furniture. Additional features include premium electronics, stainless-steel appliances, and bathrooms with porcelain-tile showers, stainless-steel rain shower systems, and body sprays. Need one last wow feature? The vehicle can be transformed into a theater with a touch of a button that lowers window shades, dims the house lights, and raises a 50-inch Samsung 4K TV.
Morelo Empire Liner

morelo empire liner ($505,000)

The sleek, German-built Morelo Empire Liner resembles a chic apartment on wheels. The expandable living room is decorated in creamy Italian leather with a 13-foot sofa. The bedroom features a EvoPore multi-zone mattress, and the bathroom features a rainfall shower. And did we mention the garage? Although it's capable of storing up to 180 cases of mineral water, its more useful function is storing a car, bicycles, and motorcycles. There's also a full kitchen, so a personal chef can come along for the journey.
Entegra Cornerstone

entegra cornerstone ($450,000)

This opulent RV is fit for royalty. It includes such details as quartz countertops, heated porcelain floors, and a walk-in shower. Additional features and options include theater seating with built-in recliners, solar-powered day and blackout night shades, Blu-ray players in the living and bedroom areas, and dimmable LED-lit quartz countertops and a stainless-steel sink in the kitchen. There's also an LED fireplace to create a cozy, at-home feel, in case the other amenities don't go far enough.
Iveco Astra HD8 8x6 Expedition Truck

iveco astra hd8 8x6 expedition truck (price unknown)

This custom RV is based on a German Iveco Astra HD8 commercial truck body. Usually, these vehicles are modified for use as dump trucks or cargo trucks in heavy industry and construction. A basic Astra HD8 body sells for about $100,000 new, and enthusiast sites estimate that a custom RV probably costs somewhere in the six-figure range. That buys a vehicle that can go off-road like none other yet still has amenities like a dishwasher, induction cooker, six-person dinner table, and a queen-size bed.