Most Expensive RV’s in the World


Newmar King Aire


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World renowned for craftsmanship and quality, American RV maker Newmar has been manufacturing top notch motorhomes for the past 50 years. The 2019 King Aire, is the company’s flagship vehicle and perfect for hitting the road if you want to travel in lavish style and comfort. That is if you can afford its price tag. 

When designing the interior of the RV, everything is completely customizable. From the paint, the cabinetry, to the fabrics. There are also 7 floor plans to choose from. There is a full gourmet kitchen with a farm house sink, fridge/freezer, oven, stove and full dishwasher. The bedroom suite has a king size sleep number mattress, a walk-in closet and room for a 49 inch 4k flatscreen tv. Every floor plan comes with a full bath and a half with a full walk-in luxurious shower


Foretravel ih-45 

$1.4 million

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Since the late 1960’s, Foretravel has made a name for themselves in building some of the most luxurious RV’s on the market. The ih-45 is their top model with their top price tag as well. Foretravel is all about making their RV’s high tech and high end luxurious. Each model comes with a state-of-the-art 5.1 surround sound system, HD satellite and iPads to control everything. It also comes with a solar charging system to cut back on its carbon footprint as much as possible. The ih-45 houses long spacious leather couches, a full size kitchen with quartz counter tops, a king size mattress in the bedroom and even a hidden wine cellar that can hold 18 bottles. Perfect to go to Nappa Valley for wine tasting!  


Volkner Mobil Performance II

$1.5 - $1.7 million

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German auto manufacturer Volkner Mobil makes some of Europe's finest motorhomes.  This beast, the Performance II, is its flagship model. Its most famous feature is the hidden garage compartment, meant for stowing away a sports car in case you want the choice of how you want to explore the open road. The front seats and main living area are upholstered in creamy butter-soft leather and the floors are finished in softly-hued woods. The kitchen features laminated wood and marble tiles. It also has all the fixings a home would from a pod coffee maker to a large dishwasher. The kitchen can also be converted into a sleeping area with two double beds. The RV is powered by a Mercedes top of the line engine and technology meant for the smoothest ride. 


Prevost H3-45 - Outlaw coach 

$1.7 million

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Outlaw Coach is a premium RV company that takes the Prevost H3-45 and customizes it to the customer needs. The Prevost H3-45 has a number of best-in-class features, including the tallest bus shell in the world at 12 feet 5 inches, and the most floor space available. It also has a nearly 360-degree view through its huge windows, and it packs 497 cu. ft. of under-floor storage. 

The interior of this motorhome is absolutely stunning. The flooring and countertops are finished in polished wood and marble. The units are made from high-quality chestnut and there's a large luxurious leather sofa to sit on, which faces a big-screen drop-down TV. The kitchen has everything you need– a Viking fridge-freezer and microwave oven, a large convection oven, Bosch dishwasher, wine cooler and even a garbage disposal unit. The bedroom suite is suitably swanky as well, equipped with a Harmon pardon surround sound system.  


Featherlite Vantare Prevost Solstice 

$2.2 million

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Like Outlaw Coach, Featherlite Coaches are a leading company that also customizes luxurious Prevost motorhomes. The Vantaré Prevost Solstice is their most cutting-edge model, costing above 2 million big ones. 

Climbing into this RV, the customer won’t know the difference from a trust fund baby’s penthouse. The interior is held to the highest standards of living, from heated floor tiles and the best in household entertainment to a full size dishwasher and a Viking fridge-freezer and microwave. If the customer wants to enjoy the weather outside, there is an exterior area that includes a LCD 43” HD TV, refrigerator, ice maker, power bar and built-in blender, perfect for summer margaritas. The master bedroom suite takes comfort to whole new levels thanks to its huge king size bed, big screen Samsung TV, and even mood lighting for every occasion. This definitely is not your grandpa’s old camper van. 

Furrion Elysium 

Not for sale - concept

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This is the Furrion Elysium, the only luxury motorhome with its own helicopter, helipad and hot tub. Furrion is a company that makes high-end appliances for RVs, yachts, hotels and homes. They decided to build this motorhome to showcase their talents and abilities at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Inside the Elysium, it comes with a state-of-the-art oven, microwave, fridge, washer and dryer, and of course a theatre-style TV with a surround-sound system. On top of the motorhome is the hot tub, perfect for passengers to unwind and relax after a long drive. Having so much comfort can be exhausting sometimes. Next to the hot tub is a deck with chairs to chill and watch the sunset if you want. Or you can hop in your little helicopter to get to your destination faster. Life doesn’t get much better than this. 

EleMMent Palazzo Superior 

$3 million

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It’s makers at Marchi Mobile nicknamed the EleMMent Palazzo Superior the “VVIP-worthy mobile mansion.” They must be right because with its price set at $3 million, it’s the most expensive motorhome in the world. Designed with Austro-Italian style and supercar technology, this RV has a built in cocktail bar, a full functioning fireplace and several huge sky windows that can be blacked out for privacy. The bedroom suite has a full posh bathroom with a premium full size rainfall shower. On top of the RV’s roof can be converted into your very own nightclub with a dance floor and a covered vip booth. You’ll have to hire your own bouncers though, the RV doesn’t come with those. 

Peter O'Melia