Is This The Greatest Luxury Motorhome Of All Time?
by Seb @vincentvanlife
Are you the sort of person that finds extra long, high roof Sprinter vans too cramped? Or perhaps the kind of camper that thinks there’s not enough space for you in a ten man tent? Ok last question; do you have £1.2 million in your back pocket? If yes, then this Luxury Motorhome could be for you!
This luxury motorhome is the perfect home on wheels for the traveller who wears suits made of money. Not only does it come with all of the mod-cons that you would expect in an RV, but it also has SUPERCAR GARAGE underneath!
“The 40-foot Volkner Mobil Perforance S features a garage that allows owners to bring their weekend drives along for the too. The Performance S can comfortably house the likes of a Ferrari, Porsche, BMW or Mercedes, which are moved into the behemouth of a vehicle using an electrohydraulic lift.” (Note – Sadly it wouldn’t fit my Van in it so theres no point me getting one.)
The inside is just as flash as the outside. It looks like the first class cabin in the orient express, and apparently comes with plants as optional extras.
With a body length of 8 meters, you could also keep fit inside by running backwards and forward, if you’re bored of storage hunting that is.
Theres cupboard everywhere, in every room. I’d be hard pushed to fill all of the ones in the picture above, but I suppose you need matching jackets that compliment your individual sports cars, which was got to take up a lot of room.
As well as the wood panelling, they’ve kept the same colour scheme throughout the master bedroom, dining room and kitchen areas. Everything is neatly hidden away in yet more cupboards,
Now this is where this luxury motorhome gets even more interesting! The computer-controlled BrainPilot system control developed by Volkner Mobil consists of a central computer and modules that are all connected to each other via fiber-optic cables.
The state-of-the-art control system permanently links, monitors and controls all units in the vehicle. Operation is via a touchscreen with clear menu navigation. How cool is that!