£1.2 Million Motorhome With Storage For a Supercar

The Volkner Mobil Performance Bus is the world’s ultimate camper van with prices starting from £750,000, going all the way up to £1.2 million and that’s without the £170,000 Ferrari 458 pictured.

This 40ft (12 metres) long motorhome offers total luxury with a special ‘hidden garage’ underneath it in which  owners can store their supercar. A panel on the side of the vehicle opens and the cargo floor drops to the ground, allowing a car to be loaded.

The bus pictured here, which debuted at at the Caravan Salon in Dusseldorf, Germany features a white kitchen area with a large fridge, dishwasher, microwavem high-quality leather seats, real wood units, stone tiles in the kitchen and bathroom, Bose-Dolby-home Entertainment Surround System and a widescreen TV which can be concealed in the cabinet when not in use.

There is also a 800-litre freshwater tank, 600-litre wastewater and 300-litre black water tank.

Want one? All motorhomes made-to-order and take around 12 months to build.

Stephanie Volkner, of Volkner Mobil, said: ‘Our philosophy is to build the ultimate in luxury and we see it as a house on wheels which can be driven all around the world.’

Via: DailyMail

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  • CalvinOliver

    That looks great, I wonder how much profit the motorhome dealers makes on each one as they must cost a lot to make.