10 Campers and Motorhomes Defining The Word “Luxury”

(upbeat music) – [Narrator] Extravagance and opulence. There’s no boundaries in
a world where building it usually means someone will buy it. This is Reacher and here
are 10 of our favorite luxury RVs and motor homes. (electronic music) – [Announcer] Number 10. – [Narrator] This first
entry is the flagship model from Renegade RV. It’s called the Ikon,
and it’s spelled with a K because it’s cooler that way. The design has opposing
slide outs on each side, four in total. The front section
contains the lounge area, with a sofa on each side, one of which converts
to a queen sized bed. Next to that is the open kitchen, which includes a 23
cubic foot refrigerator, an induction cooktop and a microwave. Across from that is a small dinette with a wall-mounted table. The rear section houses
the bedroom, which has a king size bed and a 40 inch TV
mounted inside the wardrobe. Next to that is the main bathroom, spanning the width of the motor home. In it, you’ll find a shower
with sliding glass doors and a fold down bench seat, a vanity
with a trough style sink, and a porcelain toilet. This one is the cheapest on the list, with a starting price of $735,000. – [Announcer] Number nine. – [Narrator] Everything about this 35 foot long motor home says luxury. The centrally located
entrance opens to a lounge in the forward section,
consisting of an extendable U-shaped couch, a dinette
table that lowers and raises telescopically, and a
32 inch wall-mounted TV. Opposite that is a 8 1/2 foot
long kitchen that includes a full-size refrigerator,
a dual-burner cooktop, and an oven-microwave-grill combo. Moving toward the rear,
you’ll find a full-size dual entrance bathroom spanning
the width of the vehicle. Features include a 7 1/2
square foot square shower with an illuminated floor, a
large vanity sink and toilet. The bedroom is housed in the
rear with a king size bed and a 40 inch retractable TV. Each one is made to order, with an approximate 9 month build time. Pricing starts at $790,000. – [Announcer] Number eight. This entry from Vario
Mobil is built around a Mercedes Benz Actros
chassis, measuring just over 39 feet in length, with
a width of 8 1/2 feet. And like another one on
this list, it has a mobile garage integrated into the design. The lounge includes a sofa,
an extendable L-shaped couch, a coffee table that
electrically raises and lowers, and a 40 inch TV that lifts
out of the countertop. The centrally located kitchen
includes an induction cooktop, a flush-mounted sink, and a
210 liter refrigerator/freezer, while across from that is a
dinette with seating for two and a 24 inch TV that lifts
out of the countertop. Behind this is a sliding
door leading to a full-size bathroom, extending the
width of the motor home, which includes a toilet,
a trough style sink, and a glass-enclosed shower. Leading off from this is a bedroom that has a queen size bed and
a 40 inch wall-mounted TV. A ceiling-mounted queen
size bed in the cab area provides additional sleeping space, along with the lounge seating and dinette that convert to extra beds as well. The garage is located in the
rear and can be accessed via a large external hatch that
raises to reveal a space large enough to carry a small sports car. Pricing on this one
starts around $820,000. – [Announcer] Number seven. – [Narrator] This entry from
Foretravel is a quad slide out bus conversion, measuring
45 feet in length, with a width of 8 1/2 feet. A forward door opens to a
lounge area directly behind the cab, containing couches
opposite each other, one with two removable dining tables. Along with that is a 60
inch ceiling-mounted TV above the cabin seats. Behind this is an open
kitchen with a microwave, a recessed dual induction
cooktop, a dishwasher drawer, and a double-door fridge with a freezer. Next to that is a half bath
with a toilet and corner vanity. The bedroom includes a
walk around king size bed, as well as a TV that lifts out
of the wardrobe countertop. The full bathroom includes a
toilet, large vanity and sink, as well as a fully-tiled
glass-enclosed shower with seating. Pricing on this one will
run you around $1.2 million. It’s easier to make
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icon to stay up to date on all of our latest videos. – [Announcer] Number six. – [Narrator] This behemoth
sits on a Ford F750 chassis, measuring 35 feet long, 8 1/2 feet wide, and 13 1/2 feet tall. The size and the all-weather
capabilities are just part of what makes this worthy
of the Earth Roamer name. The centrally-located
entrance door opens to an interior with 7 feet of head room. The rear houses a U-shaped dinette area with a table that lowers telescopically. Just in front of that
is the kitchen area with an induction cooktop, microwave, a sink with a cutting board cover, and slide out fridge and freezer drawers. Moving forward, you’ll find the bathroom, while across from that is a
fully-enclosed stand up shower. Slide out steps provide
access to a cab over bunk area that houses a king size bed. This, along with the dinette
that converts to an extra bed provides room to sleep up to four people. Each one is built to order
with a price of $1.5 million. – [Announcer] Number five. – [Narrator] This entry by
Volkner Mobil is the second of two motor homes with a mobile garage incorporated into the design. It measures just over 39
feet bumper-to-bumper, with an expanded lid of 10 feet, providing a living space
of 377 square feet. The cab entrance opens to a
forward lounge area that has a U-shaped couch with an adjustable table, while directly to the rear
of that is an open kitchen, including an induction
cooktop, sink and refrigerator. Moving back brings you to
a dual entrance bathroom that spans the width of the trailer. Behind that is the bedroom
with a walk around queen bed, with the lounge seating converting to an extra sleeping area if needed. In keeping with the comforts
of home, the aforementioned mobile garage is located
directly below the flooring. Side doors open to reveal
a platform that extends hydraulically, allowing the vehicle to be driven on to it
and then stored away. Additionally, when on side,
the platform can be used as a terrace for outdoor activities. Pricing for this one, $1.7 million. – [Announcer] Number four. – [Narrator] This one from
Featherlite Coaches is another of the bus conversions built
around the Prevost H3-45. The triple slide out
measures 45 feet long, providing a total of 470
square feet of living space. The lounge area includes a
360 degree swiveling chair and desk area, a sofa and
an extendable L-shaped couch with a built-in adjustable table. There’s also a 60 inch 4K
TV that lowers out of the ceiling above the cab area. Next to this is an open kitchen, which has a microwave, dishwasher, an induction cooktop and
a full-size refrigerator. Opposite that is a half bath
with a countertop bowl sink. The rear half houses a
private bedroom as well as a full bathroom extending
the width of the coach. The bedroom includes a
retractable king size bed and a wall-mounted TV. The bathroom has a vanity and
sink with a large rain-style shower that has a fold down
bench and a wall-mounted TV. Tell your boss you need
a raise, because this one will run you about $2.2 million. – [Announcer] Number three. – [Narrator] This quad
slide out by Liberty Coach is named the Elegant Lady. The passenger side entry door
opens to a front lounge area with a large sofa and
dual reclining rockers. There’s also a small
wall-mounted TV as well as a 55 inch TV that lowers from
the ceiling over the cab area. An open kitchen and dinette
are located just behind this, with the kitchen having a
recessed induction cooktop, with an oven and a
full-sized refrigerator, while the dinette has a
wall-mounted countertop with seating for two people. Next to this is an enclosed
vanity area with a half bath. Housed in the rear is the bedroom, which has a king size
bed and a large wardrobe with a 49 inch wall-mounted TV. Off from this is the main bathroom, containing a large vanity
with a countertop bowl sink, an enclosed shower with seating, and a toilet with a wall-mounted phone. Pricing on these custom-made coaches starts around $2.4 million. – [Announcer] Number two. – [Narrator] This one from
Anderson Mobile Estates is nicknamed The Heat,
and it’s known for being owned by the actor Will Smith. The two-level home away from home offers almost 1,200 square feet of usable space when the multiple slide outs are extended. The lower level houses a
full kitchen with a large dinette, a make-up mirror with a hidden TV that raises out of the countertop, and a private lounge area in the rear. Stairs at the front lead
to a forward bathroom in the upper level. The full bathroom extends
the width of the trailer, offering a steam shower
and a glass door that turns opaque to provide privacy. The top floor has a
retractable roof that raises to add another 3 1/2 feet to the height. It contains a lounge area with a bar and enough space for up to 30 people. Extras include 14 TVs
throughout, a 100 inch projection screen, and 360
degree video surveillance. The price on this one is
a modest $2.5 million. So do you think they’re worth the money, or just overpriced beyond reason? Let us know in the
comments what you think, and which one you’d drive if
you did have the cash to burn. – [Announcer] Number one. – [Narrator] If you haven’t
done it already, this final entry on our list will
definitely have you typing W-T-F into the comments section. The Elemment Palazzo Superior
has the distinction of being the most expensive RV in the world, and in the world of luxury,
extravagance and price are the defining factors. Weighing in at 28 tons,
it has a length of 45 feet with an expanded width just over 16 feet. The design has a height of 13 feet, which increases to 20 feet
when the sky lounge is raised. The raised cab sits behind
a large circular windshield that looks cyclopean
while still providing an almost uninterrupted panoramic view. An integrated set of stairs
on the side fold down, allowing access to a living area approximately 732 square feet in size. The lounge area sits
directly behind the cab with an extendable sofa,
table, and wall-mounted TV. The centrally-located
kitchen includes a large hidden refrigerator,
induction cooktop, and oven. Across from that is the
dual-entrance bathroom, with a 16 square foot rain shower and a fancy wall-mounted toilet. Separated by a sliding door
system is the circle-shaped bedroom, which has a king size
bed and a large vanity area. The pinnacle is a sky lounge
on an automated lift system that raises out of the roof area. Safety railings all the
way around and a canopy with integrated lighting
make it the ideal place for getting some sun. Access is via a
retractable stairway below. The price on this one
is a cool $3 million. – Hey guys, this is Katsi. I hope you guys enjoyed this video. Tell us in the comments
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