When it comes to air travel, we’re all familiar with cramped seats where you barely have any personal space. With this in mind, airlines have long been one-upping each other by offering customers the most deluxe in-flight experience possible in their first class cabins – at a hefty price, of course. But what if you could experience that sort of upgrade while travelling on the ground? Enter Marchi Mobile, which has created what it calls “the most luxurious mobile home in the world”, the eleMMent Palazzo Superior. Hailing from Germany, the company prides itself on its extravagantly styled luxury trucks, vans and recreational vehicles (RVs), and its designers have borrowed from the worlds of motorsports, aviation and yachting in forging its futuristic form. 1. Marchi Mobile eleMMent Palazzo Superior – US$2.9 million (HK$23.5 million) The vehicle’s tapered front of high-performance carbon fibre is reminiscent of a sports car design while above sits that extraordinary helicopter-like windscreen, embracing a cabin that is more fighter jet than caravan, and that can be tinted against the sun at the push of a button. Who is the richest Pink Floyd member? The band’s net worths, ranked Further back, yacht-like side windows let in natural light while the robust body provides insulation against all weathers, meaning this is a motorhome for year-round comfort, not to mention some style. Literally on top of all that, the sky lounge roof deck can be raised to provide a panoramic view of your surroundings, or of the incredulous faces of fellow drivers wondering which planet you just beamed down from. The living space doesn’t stint on standards either. There’s a four-metre sofa, a generous flat-screen TV and an open kitchenette with plenty of space to entertain guests. And you can rest easy in the master bedroom with its king-size bed made by Hypnos, the company that provides beds for the British royal family. 2. Hymer Grand Canyon S CrossOver – US$121,000 (HK$950,000) Ideal for those who love an adventure, and built on a Mercedes-Benz base, the Hymer Grand Canyon S CrossOver has enhanced torque, traction and stability to help it take on even the roughest of terrain. Naturally, if you are headed far off the grid, you’ll be happy to have the camper’s beefy power supply too, driven by a 90 watt solar installation and Hymer’s Smart Battery system that grant self-sufficiency for up to 10 days. There’s also a heater to keep you toasty on expeditions up high. 3. Nomad Vanz The Oyster – starting from US$120,000 (HK$938,000) When it comes to camper vans, smart use of space is key and that’s even more critical when you want to bring all your outdoor toys with you. Happily, The Oyster has a fork-mount kit for surfboards and kayaks, as well as a rear bike mount, so you can maximise your storage and your fun. Indoors, there’s the MOAB – it stands for “Mother of All Beds” – as well as kitchenware, a fridge-freezer and roof storage compartments. It’s time to get your adventure on the road. Meet Walt Disney’s billionaire-bashing grandniece, Abigail Disney 4. EarthRoamer XV-HD – US$1.89 million (HK$14.9 million) Expert in creating luxury vehicles that are also expedition-ready, EarthRoamer offers the best of both worlds in its XV-HD. With a full bathroom and shower, washer and dryer, kitchen, in-floor heating and Bose surround sound stereo, this RV can accommodate up to six in comfort. Unlike older models that needed propane gas or external generators, the XV-HD collects up to 2,100 watts of solar energy, has a 20,000 watt battery bank and holds 115 gallons of diesel, making it a go-to option for off-the-grid types. Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .