The Furrion Elysium RV has a hot tub and a retractable helipad
Now, if you're just a regular Joe of modest means, you may not be familiar with the name Furrion.
That's because they work in the face of building appliances and consumer electronics for ultra luxury RVs yachts.
Where we're standing in the middle of right now is a showcase of all things Furrion.
And let me tell you,.
luxury is looking really good from here.
Now in front of me you're gonna see the part of the RV that the driver interacts with when they're on the move.
We've got [UNKNOWN] 4 LTV touch screen entertainment here.
So a vertical screen orientation kind of like a type of model like, and you've got all of your access to your phone and use it as like a navigation right here as well as they're very bright digital [UNKNOWN] cluster.
But I think all of the cool stuff is actually back here, let's go take a look.
Now Furrion is a manufacturer of appliances and consumer electronics for RVs and yachts.
We're talking luxury stuff here.
So this RV is better equipped than the appartement that I live in back in San Francisco.
We've got a refrigerator here, a convection microwave, an over, a dish washer.
We've also got a wine refrigerator and that's before you even get back, to the entertainment area where we've got this.
Massive 75-inch screen that is outdoor rated, which means that it's rated for vibration and weather.
You're not gonna have to worry about this falling off the wall while you're driving cuz it's got a steel back.
Further back, we've got the living area and the washroom area where the smart shower and probably the weirdest bit of smart technology that I've ever seen.
A smart toilet that knows which way you're coming, so it can lift one lid or two, depending on whether you're doing number one, or number two But then there's even cooler stuff up top.
Let's go on the roof.
Now, up here on the roof we got a lounge area with a wood deck, a hot tub with nice warm water, and a marine grade audio system.
But the crown jewel is actually at the back of the RV.
Now at back we've got to Robinson R22 two seater helicopter for when you want to get a bird's-eye of the place that you're going in your RV.
What's interesting about this is that when it's time to drive, these rails fold down, the helicopter turns around backwards and the body sinks into the RV so that you can drive under low overpasses without knocking the helicopter off.
This RV is a working RV and it was built by Furrion to showcase all of the things that they supply for yachts and RVs.
And these things are normally [UNKNOWN] and what's interesting is that Furrion is expanding into the home soon.
Now I'm sure at this point you're wondering how much something like this would cost.
This is a completely custom job, so let's just say it's priceless.
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