Set to debut at the upcoming 2018 Düsseldorf Caravan Salon, the new Palace motorhome from Germany-based Morelo Reisemobile uses an Iveco or Mercedes chassis and then packs a ton of luxury and amenities into the 37-foot long camper.
This story by Megan Barber originally appeared in Curbed.
An aluminum alloy and fiberglass shell houses a remote-control side doorway and a spacious floor plan. Front cab seats swivel around to face the large living area, which includes leather L-shaped bench seats and a removable table. A large bathroom, multiple bed-size options, and luxuries like a wine-glass storage system come standard. An optional slide out provides even more room, and a fully-equipped kitchen offers loads of counter space for cooking.
But the most over-the-top amenity of the Palace is the rear garage. With enough room for smart cars or motorcycles, the garage lets you bring a small vehicle to use in towns so that you don’t have to drive your behemoth of an RV around tight streets. It also means you don’t need to trailer an additional vehicle.
Pricing for the new model hasn’t been released, but the current Palace costs around $233,000 and Morelo’s larger Liner model starts at $298,000.