Bear with us even if you’re not on the market for a tour bus. After all, not everyone has or is even willing to entertain the thought of spending half a million dollars on a motorhome that would only see the open road once a year. Just ask Dax Shepard; he knows all about buying a massive motorhome and then turning it into a man cave in his driveway because it does “like 7 miles a gallon.”
But this thing is a beauty. Andrew Steel of RVing with Andrew Steele got to check it out in person at The MotorCoach Store in Florida, and the video below includes the in-person tour and a test drive. When they say pictures don’t do a thing justice, this is what they mean.
Basically, one of the cargo bays was turned into a bunk bed area that could easily sleep an adult with room to spare, or two children. A couple of TVs are thrown in for good measure, to make sure neither kid was left dissatisfied with the other’s choice.
Upstairs is a lavish kitchen and dining area, a smaller bathroom midway, a master bedroom and another, full bath of the kind that would make your non-moving house jealous. This is a slide-out bus, so you get even more space when it’s expanded. The amount of storage room, the excellent quality of the finishes, and the sheer excess of everything onboard make this the perfect motorhome for a millionaire who doesn’t mind a good bargain. And really, who does?
That aside, other amenities include a sit-down, spa-like shower and separate dry bath, a wall-mounted cabinet with custom glasses, a washing machine and dryer, and impeccable use of all available space for storage. In keeping with the outrageous feel of the entire motorhome, there’s a TV in one of the storage bays, for when you want to spend time outdoors but find nature way too boring. The full-length awning will protect you from the elements in this case.
Again, this 515-hp landyacht might not be to everyone’s liking, and it’s definitely not most people’s idea of camping or experiencing nature in person. What it is is a study in pure excess under the pretension of outdoor vacations. But there’s no harm in window shopping, is there.