The world’s most expensive motorhome

The world’s most expensive motorhome

The most luxurious motorhome in the world – eleMMent Palazzo

Luxury Motorhomes – The world’s most expensive motorhome. eleMMent Palazzo

The recreational vehicle, or RV, is the eleMMent Palazzo – the capitalisation an allusion to its maker, the Austria-based Marchi Mobile, founded by former trucking magnate Mario Marchi.eleMMent-Palazzo The world's most expensive motorhome
The space-age eleMMent Palazzo comes complete with a colossal master bedroom, 40-inch TV, on-board bar, fireplace and even its own rooftop terrace.
But the most impressive piece of luxury is the ‘Sky Lounge’ – at the press of a button the 40ft home transforms into a personal retreat with pop up cocktail bar, underfloor heating and extravagant marble lighting.eleMMent-Palazzo-2_The world's most expensive motorhomeThis mobile mansion is built on a Volvo chassis and be powered by a Volvo engine for easy servicing. That trucking technology is essential, as there will be a hefty payload of marble, rose gold and hubris to haul around once Marchi Mobile locates a buyer for its Leviathan.eleMMent-Palazzo-3_The world's most expensive motorhomeFunctionally, the Palazzo has a slide-out room not unlike those found on nicer trucking rigs, but it also offers a “Sky Lounge”, replete with banquette seating that rises out of the body to create a rooftop nightclub, complete with mood-lit canopy, audio system and wet bar. The fixtures inside are akin to those found in a luxury hotel, such as hand-cut wooden flooring, marble countertops, and even a staircase that leads to the vehicle’s upper deck. The design of the living room and the interior LED lighting gives the inside the vibe of a top-tier nightclub, complete with a full-length sunroof.eleMMent-Palazzo-7_The world's most expensive motorhomeMarchi Mobile has produced several custom vehicles atop this platform, including a rolling health clinic and self-contained mobile showrooms. The company expects the bulk of its future commissions to come in its Viva line, a “jet on wheels” concept that brings Gulfstream-calibre finishes down to terra firma.