The Dreamliner motorhome has officially hit the Aussie market at $1 million.
Smashing price records, the Dreamliner goes for more than $30,000 per square metre.
That’s pricier than Sydney’s most expensive property which fetched $18,372 per square metre.
See it for yourself with the virtual 3D tour.
The million-dollar motorhome is fitted out to the standards of a superyacht.
It’s got two bedrooms, a sofa sleeper, kitchenette, dinette and a bathroom with a toilet shower and vanity.
The luxury motorhome is as robust as it is chic. It’s built on the toughest truck body on the Australian market – a Kenworth T410.
You can stow a car and motorbikes in the bedrooms thanks to the Dreamliner’s innovative lift system. One of the beds raises to the roof as a car is lifted and stowed in its place.
This five-star apartment-on-wheels is the brainchild of Queensland based commercial truck body specialist STG Global.
“With international holidays off the cards for the foreseeable future, people are investing in motorhomes,” STG Global Managing Director Ross Yendle said.
“And in some cases trading their primary residence – for a luxury home on wheels and the opportunity to travel again.”
Luxury on wheels
Luxury is in no shortage on the Dreamliner. A keyless entry and ‘one touch’ system let you easily control lights, pumps and awnings.
STG has considered every little detail to provide a luxury experience. You’ll feel like you’re in a five-star hotel with heated floors, slide-out systems and high-end appliances from Gaggenau and Bosch in the cleverly designed kitchenette.
A convertible rear patio means you can comfortably sit outside and enjoy your view, day or night.
Sit back and watch a movie on the 50-inch LED TV in the living space of the 22-inch LED TV in the bedroom. A 360-degree antenna will provide maximum coverage no matter how remote your location.
You can see The Dreamliner at Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, Gold Coast, from May 20 to 23.