This Epic Elysium RV Comes With A Hot Tub And Helicopter You Can Land On The Roof

The luxurious Elysium by Furrion looks like something a James Bond villain would love to own. The start of the art vehicle is designed for the filthy rich, and it comes complete with a hot tub and an impressive looking mini helicopter.

More info: Furion (h/t: chron)

Inside the RV, the cabin is equipped with high-end Furrion appliances, including a refrigerator, oven, wine fridge and others – three 75 inch TVs, a fireplace, and “smart” bathroom toilets and showers. In order to fit all of this in there, the RV had to be a grand 45 feet long, 8 feet wide and 13.6 feet high.






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