Every year mind-blowing concepts are showcased at Consumer Electronics Show, and this year Furrion (a global technology company) exhibited for the first time at CES, a large luxury home-on-wheels dubbed ‘Elysium’ loaded with latest range of high-tech electronic gadgets inside.
The gigantic recreational vehicle display looked even more appealing with an open-air hot tub, alongside lounge area and a mini Robinson R22 helicopter on the rooftop deck. This luxury RV is a perfect example of ‘Life of Future’, as modern HDTV’s, kitchen appliances, audio devices, and other pioneering products of the company (you might need for road trips) are built-in the large RV.
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Right from its entrance, luxurious accessories are tucked into the walls to leave sufficient space for people to move around and maintain a luxurious lifestyle. On the inside, there is possibility for customizing indoor lounge area, kitchen, steam+ shower, smart toilet, and a comforting bedroom as per personal choices.
The driver section has a digital display and touch-control, while living areas of the luxury vehicle are equipped with modern appliances like induction cook-top, dedicated 48 bottle wine refrigerator, microwave oven, dishwasher and a fireplace for setting the desired mood. Also the RV is equipped with Wi-Fi, night vision security, video surveillance system and motion sensors.
The designers have immaculately taken care of luxury needs in a home on wheels which makes this concept motor-home invincible.
The upper deck has cozy sitting area and a retractable helipad that can be lowered above the master bedroom during transport. Packing motorhomes with luxurious amenities and a fast medium of transport is a futuristic concept for enjoying vacation trips without any worries.
Such mobile homes (furnished as per your guidelines) will surely make your trips on the road unforgettable. Sadly, Elysium is only for display at CES, but if Furrion ever brings it to market, you might be tempted to make assumptions of grabbing it for around $3.5 million.