More Information about the Elysium:
Furrion design created a concept RV that is the ultimate luxurious way to travel. It connects the passanger with intelligent technologies and is a fully operational home on wheels. The Elysium is 45′ long, 8′ wide, 13′ 6″ high. Elysium represents the beginning of many possibilities. Thoughtfully thought of as a beacon of luxury that’s distinctly modern. Complete with state-of-the-art Furrion technology that gives a personal experience. There is a three 75” 4K TV, 15” touch screen infotainment system with RV navigation, observation cameras, fireplace, a complete kitchen for gourmet cooking including an induction cooktop, convection microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, oven and a wine fridge. In addition, the RV is equipped with future forward technology such as a smart toilet, smart shower and the latest in vehicle automation which definitely makes it stand out in both the technology and RV world. Perfect for entertaining, the upper deck includes an entertainment area, lounge, hot tub and a Robinson R22 helicopter and landing area. The coolest feature is that when it’s time to drive, the helicopter platform lowers the RV into the master bedroom and is stored inside for safe keeping during transportation.
What we think about the Elysium:
Elysium seems like the ultimate way to travel. Now you can enjoy traveling on land and by air as you can take a helicopter with you. Equipped with high-end furniture and appliances, it will definitely feel less like a road trip and more like a ‘home’ trip as the RV would feel the same as your regular home. Traveling on the Elysium includes just about everything that you would need and the highest quality too. With a three 75″ 4K TV, 15″ touch screen infotainment system, fireplace, a full gourmet kitchen, lounge, hot tub and much more. A Robinson R22 helicopter that is included actually lands on top of the RV and is stored inside while in motion. How cool is that!
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