8-Tonne, $765,000 RV That Looks Ideal For People Who Like Holidaying Outdoors – In A WARZONE

When most people think of RVs, they imagine long road trips and camping. They imagine a vehicle with most of the comforts of home. And this is what most RVs are all about. And even luxury RVs are not that different from standard ones. They simply come with a few more features and a bit of extra comfort.

An Austrian firm called Action Mobil has brought a game-changing new RV onto the market: the Action Mobil Globalcruiser Family 7500. Action Mobil describes this new camper as a “motor home for global cruises”. Weighing in at a whopping 8-tonnes, around 18,000kg (40,000lbs) and measuring just under 10 metres (33ft) long and 3.8 metres (12.5ft) high, this extreme RV has a 530-horsepower engine and giant wheels. And it’s price tag isn’t any smaller, at £630,000 ($765,000)!

But don’t be put off by it’s size or price, the Action Mobil Globalcruiser Family 7500 comes with all the luxuries you’d expect in an upmarket camper. In fact, you’ll be completely astounded by this beautiful beast.

At first glance, this military green behemoth looks a lot like a tank on it’s way to fight a war. But despite its somewhat brawny exterior, it is also built for comfort.

It has 23 sq ft of living space, a high-tech interior and all the comforts of home. The bedroom and lounge area are stylishly and comfortably furnished. The kitchen is fully fitted with a washer, a dryer, an oven and a sink. It even has satellite TV.

Two 2,400 Watt air conditioning units will keep users cool and dry.

Four 240 Watt solar panels fixed to the roof of the vehicle means it will power its appliances long after it has run out of fuel.

But best of all, it has a lift on the back for a motorbike! What would you give to own one of these beauties?

The Action Mobil Globecruiser Family 7500 (pictured) is the ultimate post-apocalyptic survival vehicle. The 18-tonne vehicle is designed to last for days out in the wilderness without having to resupply or refuel. It has a 530-horsepower engine and comes with a £630,000 ($765,000) price tag
The Action Mobil Globecruiser Family 7500 (pictured) is the ultimate post-apocalyptic survival vehicle. The 18-tonne vehicle is designed to last for days out in the wilderness without having to resupply or refuel. It has a 530-horsepower engine and comes with a £630,000 ($765,000) price tag
The vehicle is described as a 'motor home for global cruises' by Action Mobil, who claim that they designed the vehicle for comfort in the harshest of conditions. A cosy living area, pictured here, is flanked by a small state-of-the-art kitchen area and has a satellite TV (square section on the back wall)
The vehicle is described as a ‘motor home for global cruises’ by Action Mobil, who claim that they designed the vehicle for comfort in the harshest of conditions. A cosy living area, pictured here, is flanked by a small state-of-the-art kitchen area and has a satellite TV (square section on the back wall)
The massive motor home boasts six huge off-road wheels, and even has a lift to store a motorbike (pictured) on the back for a quick escape. The massive vehicle, produced in, Austria, has a 530-horsepower engine and comes with a £630,000 ($765,000) price tag
The massive motor home boasts six huge off-road wheels, and even has a lift to store a motorbike (pictured) on the back for a quick escape. The massive vehicle, produced in, Austria, has a 530-horsepower engine and comes with a £630,000 ($765,000) price tag
The kitchen area of the motor home, pictured here, has a MIELE electrical oven with integrated micro-wave and induction hob. These are mounted on top of spacious fridge and freezer systems, and can all be powered by four solar panels found on the vehicle's roof
The kitchen area of the motor home, pictured here, has a MIELE electrical oven with integrated micro-wave and induction hob. These are mounted on top of spacious fridge and freezer systems, and can all be powered by four solar panels found on the vehicle’s roof
The company describe it as the 'perfect' family motor home. It can sleep two adults and two children. The small children's bunks are pictured here with the living area down the corridor and bathroom and main entrance doors to the left
The company describe it as the ‘perfect’ family motor home. It can sleep two adults and two children. The small children’s bunks are pictured here with the living area down the corridor and bathroom and main entrance doors to the left
The vehicle measures just under 10 metres (33ft) in length, and towers above the floor at a height topping 3.8 metres (12.5ft), more than twice the height of the average man. It is 2.5 metres (8ft) wide
The vehicle measures just under 10 metres (33ft) in length, and towers above the floor at a height topping 3.8 metres (12.5ft), more than twice the height of the average man. It is 2.5 metres (8ft) wide
The bathroom of the Globecruiser Family 7500. The room includes a toilet, sink and heated towel rail. The motor home's toilet storage can hold up to 150 litres
The bathroom of the Globecruiser Family 7500. The room includes a toilet, sink and heated towel rail. The motor home’s toilet storage can hold up to 150 litres
Each bed includes storage above and beneath the bunks and a reading light. Stairs behind the children's beds (right) lead to a double bed area
Each bed includes storage above and beneath the bunks and a reading light. Stairs behind the children’s beds (right) lead to a double bed area
The living area has lots of storage available around the top edge and includes windows on each side to let in plenty of natural light
The living area has lots of storage available around the top edge and includes windows on each side to let in plenty of natural light
The double bed area behind the children's bed can be seen in this image, as well as the bathroom off to the right
The double bed area behind the children’s bed can be seen in this image, as well as the bathroom off to the right
The table can be folded down to create an additional sleeping area for guests, and the vehicles roof folds away above the living area to give users a skylight (top of the image)
The table can be folded down to create an additional sleeping area for guests, and the vehicles roof folds away above the living area to give users a skylight (top of the image)
The vehicle's large black fuel tanks (centre of the image) store 400 litres of fuel, enough to last days out in the wilderness
The vehicle’s large black fuel tanks (centre of the image) store 400 litres of fuel, enough to last days out in the wilderness
The lift at the back of the vehicle can be used to hold a motorbike but can also store boxes with additional supplies
The lift at the back of the vehicle can be used to hold a motorbike but can also store boxes with additional supplies
The motorbike shown in the images is not included in the motor home's £630,000 ($765,000) price tag
The motorbike shown in the images is not included in the motor home’s £630,000 ($765,000) price tag
Two 2,400 Watt air conditioning units within the Globecruiser 7500 keep users cool and dry while they trek through the wilderness
Two 2,400 Watt air conditioning units within the Globecruiser 7500 keep users cool and dry while they trek through the wilderness
Each child's bed includes a window view and the top bunk is fixed with a bar to stop anyone rolling out of bed in their sleep
Each child’s bed includes a window view and the top bunk is fixed with a bar to stop anyone rolling out of bed in their sleep
Auto Mobil have given users a number of dials and options to control the air conditioning, heating and lighting of the vehicle to make it a comfortable ride for users
Auto Mobil have given users a number of dials and options to control the air conditioning, heating and lighting of the vehicle to make it a comfortable ride for users

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