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The first motorhome from Hyundai Staria
The Vantech Raccoon L is a remarkable small camper, not only because it is the world’s first Hyundai Staria motorhome, but also because of its unique layout with a roof and a pop-up bed, and a sundeck. Sliding and microwave ovens with revolving rear doors. The biggest inconvenience is that this motorhome does not have a stove, but there is a microwave in the back door that can be rotated in and out.
The most expensive motorhome in the world
The Volkner Performance S motorhome “combo” package with a 1,480-horsepower Bugatti Chiron costs up to $7 million. The Volkner Performance S alone costs $2.4 million. These make it the most expensive motorhome ever announced.
Not only to fit Bugatti, the “garage” of Volkner Performance S can also hold large displacement vehicles, off-road vehicles, ebikes or water motors.
With the appearance of a “super yacht on land”, the interior is also very worthy of the hand-paved Macassar wood planks in a harmonious combination of cream and cream-colored upholstery. Super terrible speaker system worth up to $ 354,000 adds to its appeal.
Motorhome and Ferrari
Before the Volkner Performance S, the Dembell could house the Ferrari, which was the most luxurious motorhome in the world. Also dubbed the “superyacht on land”, the vehicle is based on a Mercedes. The interior is inspired by the yacht Azimut. The exterior is inspired by sports cars. A special highlight is the “garage cellar” that can perfectly fit the Ferrari California.
Motorhome for gourmets
A grill is one of the luxuries of a motorhome. Often people just attach a normal stove to easily make many different dishes, while the grill often has to be purchased separately.
However, the motorhome Loef model offers a luxurious travel experience serving 5-star meals with two dining rooms that can accommodate up to 10 people at a time, food cooked on a ceramic grill, cocktail mini-bar and Full of amenities commonly found in homes with extremely high quality.
All are elegantly designed like a 5-star hotel room, with prices ranging from 130,000-150,000 USD. This is not an unusual number in the US, but in Europe, where motorhomes are often half the price, it is indeed a huge mobile home model, corresponding to the luxury amenities it brings.
Extraordinary motorhome combines supple Land Rover 4×4 with Airstream style
British startup Duckworth Overland has launched an Airstream-style motorhome model based on an extremely familiar name: Land Rover Defender. With a striking appearance, this “Aerover/Air Lander” is still eye-catching even in the darkest corner.
Duckworth Overland’s motorhome “modification” is also very unique: Almost redo everything. First, the team broke apart the Land Rover Defender into parts, then restored or replaced the parts that needed repair. Even the original chassis gets a brand new paint job. The engine, transmission, and suspension were modified to become more powerful. The “residential compartment” is hand-formed from aircraft-inspired aluminum panels.
The interior isn’t finished yet, but Duckworth Overland says it will include natural wood, laminate, aluminum, stainless steel and leather. The sleeping compartment can become a living room, dining room. The seat is adjustable for comfort and easily converts into a double bed.
WoodVans Moto is both a home and a motel
Not as majestic as the two “super yachts on land”, but WoodVans Moto still has a garage (to fit motorbikes and small motors) that few motorhomes have. Cozy European-style space like a small hostel for 4 friends traveling together. It can be converted into two bedrooms without the need for additional facilities (such as a pop-up tent). The downside is that the bed is cornered by the bathroom, but there are quilted wall cushions, storage drawers and reading lights that provide a comfortable atmosphere.
Motorhome of the future
Based on Hymer VisionVenture 2019, Bürstner created the Lyseo Gallery motorhome that features the Gallery Roof inflatable tent (different from the usual pop-up canvas tent) at the touch of a button.
Once the roof is raised, a pressure sensor continuously monitors the air pressure inside, automatically “rebuilding” the walls if the pressure drops below a set level. Bürstner promises near-silent operation, but a 3-4am experience will be needed to ensure that. The inflatable tent raises the question of what will happen if something sharp hits it. Bürstner made sure that the walls were reinforced to prevent damage and had special arrangements so that the tent would not collapse unexpectedly.
For now, the Lyseo Gallery remains a display vehicle, but Bürstner plans to put it into production in 2022.
“Silver bullet” of backpackers
The Airstream Interstate 24X is a luxury adventure motorhome model priced at $214,000. This model is increased in size compared to the industry standard, to own a full length of 7.5m and a spacious working space.
True to the explorer, the interior is designed for backpackers, cycling, skiing, mountain climbing, and surfing enthusiasts. Mercedes’ 188-horsepower 3.0L V6 diesel engine is more than enough to serve harsh off-road journeys.
In addition to living and sleeping space, it also has space to hold paddle boards, kayaks, bicycles, skateboards, camping gear and all other necessary equipment. The ceiling is designed so that the owner can “hang” the car, hook…
In fact, the Interstate 24X falls short compared to high-end Airstream models, and is more expensive than a typical adventure motorhome, but the company reported record sales, under-sold, showing its appeal. of this model despite the major minus points.
SAIC Maxus Life Home V90 Villa Edition is significantly larger in size than other Asian motorhome models. That’s thanks to a pair of sliding doors that extend the floor, forming a true two-story glass door instead of the usual tent. The second floor looks like a yoga space, with four glass walls to receive the gentle dawn light, and can adjust the frosted glass mode to create privacy. The impressive thing is that there is an elevator to go to the second floor, located next to the bathroom, instead of the usual mini stairs or folding stairs.
Contrary to the cute image, it has a “not easy” price: About 413,000 USD, quite expensive for a class C motorhome even in the West.
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