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Crazy Motor Homes You Won’t Believe Exist In Real Life

   
   

Crazy Motor Homes You Won’t Believe Exist In Real Life

Strange, quirky, awesome, and plain old weird are just a few words to describe some of the motorhomes out there. 

If you look hard enough while on your next road trip, you might see some of these unusual homes for yourself. 

Bufalino

Based on the Piaggio APE 50 three wheeled Vespa scooter, the Bufalino comes fully equipped with a bed, two seats, in case you decide to have some company, a shower, storage space, a full kitchen with a fridge and water tank, a desk for taking work along for the ride, and even a laundry drying space.

Airstream Extreme

The airstream is a classic American caravan that will make you feel like you’re living on the International Space Station. The Airstream 684 Series 2 for instance, is a stylish trailer that can sleep up to 4 people in its 8.25 meter long by 2.5-meter wide frame.

   
   

Inside, the living is easy with its leather upholstery, flat-screen TV, sound system, MP3 connectivity, and air conditioning. But, it’s not technically a motorhome as it needs to be towed by another vehicle.

Crazy Motor Homes You Won’t Believe Exist In Real Life

Elysium RV

If you like to get on the road and take every luxury with you, and I mean every luxury, then the Elysium RV is the right motorhome for you. Created by Furrion, a company that manufactures high-end appliances, electronics, and alternative energy systems, this RV is full of surprises.

Not only is it furnished with magnificent detail to provide comfort and pleasure on the inside, but the outside is also where the magic is. The roof boasts a lounge area complete with a hot tub. But that’s not even the best part. If you run into traffic and just need to get to the next exit off the highway, simply pull over and strap into the two-person Robinson R22 helicopter that’s included on its own helipad.

Wothahellizat

This one is a little piece of weirdness. It’s name really says it all. The Wotha-hell-izat was created by Australian photographer Rob Gray to get him around the Outback. The motorhome is a luxury beach house on the move with enough storage capacity to keep you out there for three months.

It contains a full separate kitchen, bedroom, and sitting area but the feature that gives it such charm is its collapsible back porch. As a photographer, Mr. Gray can certainly make use of that high vantage point for his shots.

Crazy Motor Homes You Won’t Believe Exist In Real Life

Also, should the need arise to make a quick getaway from those baby-eating dingoes, the garage holds a motorcycle. It’s unlikely that anything gets through that armored shell though.

The design is similar in concept to this UNICAT expedition vehicle fitted to a Mercedes-Benz Zetros 4×4. From the outside, it looks like the ultimate rough terrain vehicle but you open the doors and you’ll step into its luxurious living space on the inside.

With family seating in the full kitchen and personal sleeping accommodations, comfort is the focus of this vehicle, right down to the heated towel rack. The Outback will never be the same.

The Sealander

OK, so you’re traveling around and get tired of driving. In an ordinary vehicle, you’d just stop and get some sleep. That’s nice enough but why not take it a step further with the Sealander?

This mobile home can be towed down the road but then just slip it into the water and float away to continue your journey. You don’t have to drift; the Sealander comes equipped with an onboard motor so you can float where you want.

With sleeping quarters for two and a table extension, you can rest on the water for the night and be ready for breakfast in the morning.

   
   

If you’re looking for something a little less inconspicuous, maybe the Terra Wind Amphibious RV is more your style. It includes all the home comforts you’d expect from a luxury RV, plus it doubles as a boat.

All this can be yours for a starting price of $850,000. Or, you could start with a Sealander at about $25,000 and work your way up from there.

   
   

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