You will never imagine how it is to drive the most expensive luxury bus in the World. Marchi Mobile Elemment Palazzo is the most expensive luxury bus in the World. Here are top 8 most expensive luxury buses in the World.
The most expensive motorhome in the world truly looks like something from a futuristic Hollywood blockbuster. The cockpit wouldn’t be out of place in a Star Trek feature, with a circular central window for panoramic vision. Marchi Mobile has said that the Palazzo’s design “unites characteristics from motor, yachting, and aviation sports.”
Featherlite spared no expense with the Vantare Platinum Plus, making sure that this is one of the most gorgeous motor coaches ever built. Inside, there are custom-built sculptures on the ceiling surrounded by Swarovski crystals, marble steps leading up to the cabin, rare Inca marble, copper, pearlized Italian leather, suede, antique bronze and onyx, and many more ridiculously expensive materials and decorations, making this a true mansion on wheels.
The Prevost H3-45 VIP is part of the H-series, one of two lines from the luxury RV makers at Prevost. The company describes it as the “sleek and modern” line, whereas the other series, the X-series is dubbed “timeless and classic.” True to their promise, the Prevost H3-45 is innovative and excellent. It is the tallest converted coach, standing at 12 feet 5 inches, giving unparalleled roominess, the industry’s highest cabin floor, and unmatched panoramic views for the driver and passengers.
Foretravel has been in the motorhome-building business since 1967, located out of Nacogdoches, the “Oldest Town in Texas.” The IH-45 is a 45’ luxury motor coach with completely custom and unique designs, such as the TravelRide chassis which emulates the construction of an airplane by distributing vibration through the subfloor, floor, walls, and roof for ultimate noise reduction. Other features that set it apart from the competition include a 20,000 kilowatt generator, slide-out rooms, a Knoedler air-ride pilot seat, 4 roof A/C units, and a steel constructed cockpit, walls, and floor. At over a million dollars MSRP, it’s no wonder that the IH-45 is gorgeous both in design and functionality.
This RV isn’t for riding over rugged terrain or adventurous use, but it’s perfect for those who want to enjoy traveling in luxury between cities and towns. This converted bus is a great touring machine, with functional elegance, a sleek stainless-steel shell, and an aerodynamic profile. This motorhome, like many of the others on this list, comes equipped with porcelain tiled flooring, cedar-lined cabinets and walls, an entertainment system and beautiful master bedroom lined with quartz and a walk-in closet and separated bathroom.
The Newmar King Aire will have you ruling the road and campsite like a king, built to showcase its luxury, innovation, and quality. It’s a Class A motor coach powered by a 600HP Cummins ISX turbo diesel engine, and supported by a custom-built Spartan K3 chassis. The RV features a Comfort Drive steering system with power control, and a Safety Cruise Collision Avoidance system to help you navigate through adverse weather and hazards.
Monaco is one of the industry leaders in luxury RVs, and the all-new 2015 Dynasty is their most ambitious creation yet. It features an all-new Roadmaster chassis with a 600HP Cummins engine, and its design drew on opinions from current Monaco owners so that the company could create a product inspired by their customers, for their customers. Inside the Dynasty, every design is beautifully crafted; lined cabinets, an LED ceiling and a TV that can be controlled from the centralized command center, and a porcelain tile floor. The master bedroom comes with a king-sized Serenity Series memory foam mattress, surrounded by cedar-lined cabinets.
This RV looks a bit like a garbage truck, but its humble exterior is deceptive. The body doesn’t provide very much to look at in terms of “luxury,” but it’s the interior that counts here – and that adds up to half a million dollars. UNICAT calls its models ‘exploration vehicles,’ and this thing is one of the most rugged RVs on the market. So much so, in fact, that Jalopnik chose their vehicles as one of the best places to ride out a zombie apocalypse. Built with solar panels and a 2,000-mile gas tank, the International can go coast to coast without stopping. Inside, there’s a kitchen, a master suite, desk space, and even a watermaker that can decontaminate water making it drinkable should you get stuck in a dire situation.