- Swiss-led Marchi Mobile has developed a 20-foot-tall RV equipped with a spa
- Even his main bed was made by the specialist makers of the Royal Family.
A vehicle with a spa may sound like something out of a dream.
But Swiss-led Marchi Mobile has developed a game-changing two-story RV, outfitted with all the VIP stuff, including a 13-foot sofa and luxe rainfall shower.
Distinguished by its massive fisheye windshield and imposing 20-foot height, the eleMMent Palazzo Superior might as well be a mansion, with a lounge, kitchen and light therapy room among the facilities on offer.
Even its master bedroom is fit for a king, with a 6ft 6ft bed supplied by the royal family’s own makers, said to make “the most comfortable”. [beds] in the world’.
Though if you’re on a tight budget, this might not be the one for you, with prices ranging from $2-4m (£1.57-3.13m) depending on configuration.
Swiss-led Marchi Mobile has developed a 20-foot-tall mansion on wheels equipped with a spa
SUPERIOR PALAZZO SPECIFICATIONS
Length: 45 ft (13.7 m) or 40 ft (12 m) with different floor plan
Height: 13ft (4m)
Height with roof cover: 20ft (6m)
Vital space: 732 square feet (68 square meters)
Engine: Volvo, 6-cylinder in-line engine, up to 600 HP
Materials: carbon fiber materials
Price: $2-4 million (£1.57-3.13 million)
“The eleMMent palazzo Superior is our top-of-the-line model that has been recognized in more than 190 countries as the most luxurious motorhome and certainly the most outstanding to date,” say the designers.
“Its design speaks for itself, combining design cues from the worlds of motorsports, aviation and boating to create a singular masterpiece.”
Marchi Mobile claims its unique panoramic window takes inspiration from both the latest race cars and helicopters.
Behind the window is a “cockpit” that “functions like a luxury limousine”, accessed by power sliding doors and equipped with a specialized “aviation instrument panel”.
Beyond this is an impressive lounge area, which can be lifted and positioned over the body of the vehicle to create a walled roof deck.
‘The floor plan of the superior eleMMent palazzo will belie any pre-existing stereotype of mobile homes. Their purposeful engineering has created a living space that offers maximum comfort for owners and guests,” says Marchi Mobile.
‘One of the stand out features is a 4 meter sofa within reach of a bar, wine cooler and ice machine, not to mention a big screen TV across the room. The open kitchen area adds to the spacious atmosphere inside.’
Its master bedroom is fit for a king, with a 6ft 6 bed supplied by the Royal Family’s own bed maker, claimed to be “the world’s most comfortable”.
The RV’s living room is furnished with a 13-foot sofa; part of it can be lifted and placed on the vehicle body to create a walled roof terrace.
Distinguished by its massive fisheye windshield and towering 20-foot height, this truck could easily be a mansion, with a lounge, kitchen, and light therapy room among the amenities on offer.
Kitchen facilities are also available in the superior palazzo deluxe model
Pictured: Marchi Mobile’s luxury eleMMent upper palazzo design floor plan
March Mobile claims that its RV offers spa-like facilities including a light therapy room
Despite its sleek design, the mobile mansion is perfect for road trips, with a structure that has been compared to expedition vehicles that operate on “extreme off-road terrain.”
The Palazzo Superior is being marketed alongside other Marchi Mobile vehicles, including the ‘jet on wheels’ which is also known as the ‘Viva Private’.
This mega mobile home is designed like an airplane, equipped with massage seats, a wet bar and a stylish bathroom.
But these luxury vehicles will be exclusive to the “elite” for now, with a spokesperson telling MailOnline that eleMMent will likely always have a VIP audience.
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