There are rooftop tents that you can pitch just about anything on. There are small campers that you can drive or tow. There are smart motorhomes made from everything from old school buses to a Nissan Versa. There are large motorhomes with small garages and space to stretch out. And then there are some insane luxury coaches like this 2007 Prevost Featherlite and yes it actually has a basement.
Of course, this is not an underground basement, but it is an underground living space accessible from the outside and inside this platform. Not that you ever want to leave the luxurious interior filled with wood, chrome, mirrors, and high-end materials, but sometimes everyone needs a little escape room. That’s pretty much what it is, as the giddy narrator demonstrated in this VR video with Andrew Steele on YouTube. Presumably it’s Andrew on camera and as you can see in the screenshots below, a small hatch in the floor leads to a rather comfortable bunk that spans the width of the RV.
The bunk basically takes up a storage bay, but it’s not a sleeping bag stuffed into a closet. The space is trimmed with fine materials and fitted with lights and two TV screens, and while the hatch in the floor looks a bit sketchy, the large exterior door opens for easier entry. In fact, several of the exterior bays are designed for outdoor entertainment, one with a second fridge and freezer and another with a large TV. Of course, this is in addition to all the entertainment equipment inside, not to mention two toilets, three sinks, and a separate master bathroom with a shower.
As you might expect, such luxury in a motorhome doesn’t come cheap. These rigs easily cross the $ 2 million mark when new, although this 14-year-old model with 97,000 miles is currently on sale in Florida for just $ 499,999.