Tour the Inside of a Rolling Mansion, This Thing is Bigger Than a Bus!
For those looking to hit the road and explore the country, there are plenty of ways ...
For those looking to hit the road and explore the country, there are plenty of ways to go about doing it.
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This time, we take the opportunity to check out a high tier of exploration on wheels. Instead of booking a hotel everywhere that you go or toughing it out in a tent, something like this machine will allow people inside to really live in the lap of luxury. What could be better than seeing everything that the country has to offer with every amenity imaginable at your fingertips?
Powered by 450 hp of diesel engine, the Newmar Dutch Star 4369 really looks like a machine that dreams are made of. Seriously, the people behind this one considered just about everything in their construction of the rolling hotel. We would be inclined to think that after putting a couple of these things together and getting a little bit of feedback, they have finally found a way to really perfect the combination.
There is a catch to all of this, though, those looking to purchase a machine like this can expect to spend about $500,000 on a new one. With that ask, we find all of the amenities of home and then some. We might even venture to say that some motorhomes like this have even more luxurious touches than the majority of “Normal” homes. One spin around this thing has us feeling like we’re inside of a mansion on wheels.
By following along with the video below, we get the full tour of the monstrous mobile mansion. For those who want to hit the road in style, this is certainly one amazing option to get it done. It’s pretty crafty how they have come up with so many different ways to account for making the most of the space available.
Naturally, spending a lot of the time on the road is going to come with a downsize, even with a machine like this. However, this bad boy really goes a long way toward making its inhabitants forget that they aren’t at home.