The World’s Most Expensive Motorhome Goes on Sale for $3 Million [Gallery]

The world’s most expensive motorhome has gone on sale in Dubai – covered in gold and worth a cool $3 million.

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The Chevy Corvette car and speedboat hybrid might be the slickest amphibious vehicle on the planet, but when it comes to campers, nothing compares to the luxury the Elemment Palazzo offers.

The mere mention of campers and RVs invokes images of cramped living quarters that can house only your essentials. But the Elemment Palazzo, made from solid gold, with its lavish fixture and ornate designs obliterates that notion completely, says Yahoo! News.

And if you have $3.11 million lying around, you can buy an ultra modern and out-of-the box motorhome has gone on sale in Dubai.

Austrian company Marchi Mobile designed Palazzo as part of its Elemment line of luxury vehicles that very visibly displays the trappings of wealth.

The space-age eleMMent Palazzo, which looks like a hybrid between a yacht, a spaceship and a caravan, comes complete with a colossal master bedroom, 40-inch TV, on-board bar, fireplace and even its own rooftop terrace.

Impressive enough as it is, it doesn’t end there — the 40′ long Palazzo also has a pop-out bar replete with a skylight and underfloor heating that you can activate by pushing a single button, and  40ft home transforms into a personal retreat with pop up cocktail bar, underfloor heating and extravagant marble lighting.

The bar adds 80% more room to the camper’s original 430 square feet floor space. When it comes to the exterior side of things, you may or may not be glad to know (depending on how you feel about it) that the Palazzo is covered in glow-in-the-dark paint.

The eleMMent Palazzo allows users to pre-set the lighting and temperature before you return to your vehicle after a night on the town. Its height is about 430 feet.

Never known for doing things in moderation, Dubai millionaires are snapping up the latest craze in motorhomes and the vehicle has been a hit among oil-rich Arab Sheikhs.

The state-of-the-art homes even wash themselves after a day’s driving through the Middle Eastern desert, says Express.

The 20-ton Palazzo can reach speeds of 93 mph, and uses 20% less fuel than vehicles of comparable size due to its aerodynamic design.

The designers at Marchi Mobile say Palazzo is completely customizable, and if you have more money to spare, they’d welcome any outrageous modifications, going as far as to cover it in diamonds.

Although the 40ft vehicle comes in a stunning gold, it is also available in white.

A spokesman for Marchi Mobile said: “People never fail to notice innovation, but rarely does the excitement for it last.

“That is how it began for us. But now – after many years of development – we sparked a fire in luxury mobility.

“The eleMMent series from Marchi Mobile is a new class within the premium segment of vehicles, targeted to enthuse lovers of the extraordinary.

“Our goal has not only been to introduce a new line of luxury vehicles – but usher in a new era. This is done by a perfect masterpiece that sets itself apart at first sight.”

According to the Daily Mail, the private jet on wheels is designed to cater for businessmen on the road, wealthy families on their travels or global superstars on tour.

Despite living space banishing stereotypical pokey caravans, the cost per sq ft comes at a pocket-busting premium – costing double the equivalent amount of some of London’s finest homes.

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