THIS is the world’s most expensive camper van that’s been compared to a ‘luxury yacht-on-wheels’.
The EleMMent Palazzo, designed by the Austrian manufacturer Marchi Mobile, is the motorhome of your wildest dreams representing “exclusivity and extravagance that requires no explanation”.
With the first model released in 2013, this almighty machine combines touches from the world of motor-sports, aviation and yachting to create a singular masterpiece that will set you back a cool £2.3million.
According to the Marchi Mobile website, the Palazzo range is recognised in over 190 countries as the most luxurious and outstanding motorhome to-date.
Weighing a stunning 28 tons, it’s powered by a six-cylinder Volvo engine producing 600bhp.
It’s ‘cockpit’ takes inspiration from fighter planes with a central digital instrument panel, while the windscreen has a panoramic, helicopter-inspired design that can even be darkened in using an adjustable sun protection system.
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But it’s the many lavish features and amenities further back inside that makes this masterpiece on wheels stand out.
In the lounge area, you can find four-metre long sofas, a cocktail bar, drinks fridge, wine cabinet and coffee machine.
There’s on-board wifi for your convenience and more than 20 television screens including two grand 42-inch screens.
In the kitchen there’s gold-plated oven alongside an ice-maker and freezer.
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The bedroom comes with a plush king-size bed made by the same company that supplies beds to the British Royal family.
And the bathroom comes with a rain shower complete with gold-encrusted fitments.
But it’s perhaps the roof terrace, dubbed the ‘Sky Lounge’, that’s the Palazzo’s crowning achievement, providing panoramic views while maitaining a sense of seclusion and exclusivity.
Britain’s winter weather needn’t be a problem as an elaborate automatic lift raises the vehicle out of the body to create a walled-in heated roof deck accessed via a special set of stairs.
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