What kind of RV will $1 million buy?

A mini-mansion on wheels.

Newell Coach

If you haven't watched MTV in awhile, your idea of luxury RVs may be a little outdated. And even if you have, there's a good chance that a lot of rock stars don't have it this good.

This mini-mansion on wheels is built by Newell Coach with the help of Porsche Engineering, a feat made possible by a C15 Caterpillar engine and a 10-speed transmission, according to Luxurylaunches. But it's the interior of the satellite-equipped P2000i that's most impressive, looking more like a seagoing luxury liner than anything that could fit on the road, with an LCD or plasma TV in every portion and compartment of the 45-foot-long vehicle (including the dashboard).

Perhaps most surprising is that as many as 40 of these monsters--which take 10 months each to build--are produced each year, at more than $1 million apiece. Apparently, John Madden has some serious competition.

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