Friday, December 1, 2023


Paging George Jetson: Touring the world’s most futuristic RV

By Cheri Sicard
Get ready to tour the world’s most futuristic RV!

After watching the video below, you may ask yourself if this amazing vehicle is a Sci-Fi RV or a reality.

This luxurious futuristic motorhome is real. But it’s not cheap.

If money is no object, you can travel in sleek futuristic RV style accompanied by every conceivable luxury you have ever dreamed of. And likely a few more that you’ve never even considered were possible in an RV.

For the rest of us, with its million-dollar-plus price tag, this futuristic motorhome will remain relegated to the land of dreams. But it sure is fun to dream.

This futuristic RV, the Dembell Motorhome Model M, has some amazing features and benefits (and let’s be honest, for that price tag, it should!):

  • 12.8 liter, 530 horsepower, V12 engine on a Mercedes Actos chassis
  • 11.5 mpg diesel fuel efficiency, despite weighing 26 tons
  • An on-board garage that carries a matching Smart Car
  • Sleek, stylish, futuristic design inside and out
  • 4 solar panels each 320-watts, plus 800-amp lithium battery storage
  • Even the accessories – dishes, espresso cups, and folding chairs, are styled and branded
  • Of course, there is a dishwasher and laundry
  • And much, much, much more!

Check out the world’s most futuristic RV and start dreaming!

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Dan Hodge (@guest_194600)
1 year ago

Very little storage . and no microwave. No food storage. And very small storage underneath

John Koenig (@guest_194122)
1 year ago

It really was NOT clearly shown BUT, it looked like the bed in the master suite is placed along the outside wall (driver’s side). If that’s the case, whoever is sleeping against said wall will either need to climb over their sleep mate or, wake said sleep mate up and have them move in order to allow the “wall hugger” to get out of bed. NOT what I’d expect from a $1,000,000.00+ coach. I also did not see a slide out tray in the pass through storage bay. Good luck in accessing items in the middle of said bay.

Michael Galvin, PhD (@guest_193971)
1 year ago

In reviews, always give price and mileage.

T Jones (@guest_193904)
1 year ago

I hope it’s a typo & it has 800 hp not 80

Cheri Sicard
1 year ago
Reply to  T Jones

My apologies and thank you for catching that. I am not sure how that 80 number got there, but I have updated the post. It is 530 horsepower.

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