All aboard the mansion on WHEELS! Incredible double-decker RV features a huge fisheye windshield, spa room and 13ft sofa – but it will set you back $4 million
- Swiss-led Marchi Mobile has developed a 20ft-tall RV equipped with a spa
- Even its master bed was made by the Royal Family’s specialist manufacturers
A vehicle with a spa may sound like something straight out of a dream.
But Swiss-led Marchi Mobile has developed a game-changing double-decker RV, equipped with all things VIP including a 13ft sofa and a luxury rainfall shower.
Distinguished by its huge fisheye windshield and towering 20ft height, the eleMMent Palazzo Superior might as well be a mansion – with a lounge, kitchen and light therapy room among the facilities on offer.
Even its master bedroom is fit for a king, with a 6ft 6′ bed supplied by the Royal Family’s very own manufacturers – claimed to make ‘the most comfortable [beds] in the world’.
Though if you’re on a tight budget this might not be the one for you, with prices varying between $2-4 million (£1.57-3.13 million) depending on the configuration.
Swiss-led Marchi Mobile has developed a 20ft-tall mansion on wheels equipped with a spa
PALAZZO SUPERIOR SPECIFICATIONS
Length: 45ft (13.7m) or 40ft (12m) with different floorplan
Height: 13ft (4m)
Height with roof deck: 20ft (6m)
Living space: 732sqf (68sqm)
Engine: Volvo, 6 cylinder in-line engine, up to 600 HP
Materials: Carbon fiber materials
Price: $2-4 million (£1.57-3.13 million)
‘The eleMMent palazzo Superior is our top-of-the-line model that has been recognized in over 190 countries as the most luxurious and, without doubt, the most outstanding motorhome to-date,’ designers say.
‘Its design speaks for itself, combining design features from the worlds of motor-sports, aviation and yachting to create a singular masterpiece.’
Marchi Mobile claims that its unique panoramic window takes inspiration from both the latest racecars and even helicopters.
Behind the window lies a ‘cockpit’ that ‘functions like a luxury limousine’, accessed by electric sliding doors and equipped with a specialist ‘aviation dashboard’.
An impressive lounge area sits beyond this, which can be lifted out and above the body of the vehicle to create a walled-in rooftop deck.
‘The floor plan of the eleMMent palazzo superior will disprove any pre-existing stereotypes of mobile homes. Its purposeful engineering has created a living space that provides maximum comfort for owners and guests,’ Marchi Mobile says.
‘One of the most outstanding features is a 4-meter couch within reach of a bar, a wine cabinet and an icemaker, not to mention a large TV screen across the room. The open kitchenette adds to the spacious interior atmosphere.’
Its master bedroom is fit for a king, with a 6ft6 bed supplied by the Royal Family’s very own bed manufacturer which is claimed to be ‘the most comfortable in the world’
The RV’s lounge is equipped with a 13ft sofa – part of this can be lifted out and above the body of the vehicle to create a walled-in rooftop deck
Distinguished by its ginormous fisheye windshield and towering 20ft height, this van might as well be a mansion – with a lounge, kitchen and light therapy room among the facilities on offer
Kitchen facilities are also available within the luxury eleMMent Palazzo Superior model
Pictured: The floorplan of Marchi Mobile’s luxury eleMMent Palazzo Superior design
March Mobile claims its RV offers spa-like facilities including a light therapy room
Despite its elegant design, the mobile mansion is perfect for road trips, with a structure that’s been compared to expedition vehicles operating on ‘extreme off-road terrains’.
The Palazzo Superior is marketed alongside a number of other Marchi Mobile vehicles, including the ‘jet on wheels’ that’s also known as ‘Viva Private’.
This mega mobile home is laid out just like a plane, set up with massaging seats, a bar and stylish bathroom.
But these luxury vehicles will be exclusive to the ‘elite few’ for now, with a spokesman informing MailOnline that eleMMent will probably always have a VIP audience.
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