Colossal $2 million motorhome dubbed the world’s first ‘land superyacht’ comes complete with hardwood floors, Miele appliances, and room for a Ferrari
- Dembell’s posh new RV rides on a three-axle Mercedes chassis with interiors designed by team that has outfitted Azimut Yachts
- Decor includes a leather sofa, director-style dining chairs and ambient lighting
- The oven, dishwasher, microwave and 60-gallon refrigerator are all from Miele, with a Bose home theater
- The master bedroom uses a slide-out expansion to extend beyond the full width and has a king bed and 55-inch TV
- Depending on the model, the built-in garage can store a bike, scooter, smart car or even a sports coupe
A new German carmaker is helping to move the RV out of the hands of retirees and into the world of first-class luxury, with a motorhome featuring top-of-the-line appliances, a king-size bed, and a garage big enough for a sports car.
Dembell Motorhomes’s latest model rides on a three-axle Mercedes chassis, with posh interiors designed by Italian design team Galeazzi e Minotti, who have outfitted some of Azimut’s breathtaking superyachts.
The oven, dishwasher, microwave and 60-gallon refrigerator are all from Miele, with a home theater system by Bose.
It’s also eco-friendly—with roof-mounted solar panels, a 270-gallon freshwater tank and onboard generator.
Dembell will officially unveil its ‘land superyacht’ at the Düsseldorf Caravan Salon on August 27.
The company hasn’t announced the price for the tricked-out trailer yet, but the site Luxury Launches predicts it will be in the $2 million range.
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With luxe interiors designed by Italian firm Galeazzi e Minotti, Dembell’s posh motorhome is expected to retail for $2 million
The front cabin has captain’s seats for four, all with massage function, as well as an additional queen size bed that lifts up and out of sight.
The inside clears six-and-a-half feet, so only the tallest passengers will have to stoop down on the hardwood floors to open the translucent glass doors that separate different ‘rooms.’
The master suite, which uses a slide-out expansion module to extend beyond ‘full-beam’ width, has room for a king bed and 55-inch TV.
The decor is boosted with leather sofa upholstery, director-style folding dining chairs, wall sconces, ambient lighting and smart metal finishes.
In the front cabin there are captain’s seats for the driver and three passengers, as well as an additional queen bed that lifts up and out of sight
The decor is boosted with leather sofa upholstery, director-style folding dining chairs, wall sconces, and ambient lighting
An overheard view of the RV, which has a clearance of six-and-a-half feet
The stone-trim bathroom has a ceramic toilet and sleek vessel sink.
Under-floor and radiator heat, plus heated window panes, keep things warm but when the weather is nice, riders can dine al fresco under a retractable 20.7 x 11.5 foot awning.
Depending on the model, the motorhome’s garage is big enough to stow a bicycke, scooter, smart car or even a sports coupe—Dembell showed off by tucking away a 75.2 inch Ferrari California inside during a VIP sneak peek.
The master suite has a king bed and 55-inch TV
The stone-trim bathroom has a ceramic toilet and sleek vessel sink
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Approximately 232 square feet of interior space includes a master bedroom with a queen bed that folds away to make room for an office or entertainment space with an optional 70-inch 4K HD home theater.
In February, Chinese automaker Maxus debuted a two-story RV with an elevator and balcony.
The SAIC Maxus Life Home V90 Villa Edition RV has 215 square feet of living space on the ground floor, plus an additional 133 square feet in the rooftop sunroom.
It retails for $413,000 but is currently only available in China.
Dine al fresco under the retractable 20.7 x 11.5 foot awning
A slide-out expansion module (above) allows the master suite to extend beyond ‘full-beam’ width