Helipads, hot tubs and high-def TVs: Furrion concept glampers get luxury overload

Furrion Elysium and Hercules-Limitless all lined up and ready to party
Furrion Elysium and Hercules-Limitless all lined up and ready to party(Credit: Furrion)


During the annual melee of CES 2018, the world seemed to have largely overlooked one of the largest, most tech-packed debuts of the show. Lifestyle technology company Furrion revealed an all-out glamping tractor-trailer packed with everything from a restaurant-level kitchen to a complete smarthome-like entertainment system. A combination of a fifth wheel trailer and a sleeper semi cab, the new concept joined Furrion's 2017 Elysium, an A-list Type A motorhome concept with built-in helipad and hot tub on its roof. Furrion has taken the concept of the ultra-luxurious "land yacht" glamper to new heights.

The technological highlight of Furrion's 2018 camper concept duo, the Limitless fifth-wheel trailer has no fewer than six slide-outs for expanding total living area to 350 sq ft (32.5 sq m). The 41-ft (12.5-m) trailer may be sized like a small studio apartment, but it's outfitted like a luxury loft, featuring a chef's kitchen with all stainless steel appliances, from a full-height side-by-side refrigerator and a gas cooktop with hood, to an oven, a convection microwave, and a dedicated 48-bottle wine fridge. There's also an induction cooktop island and a dishwasher.

On the road in the Hercules-Limitless

The Limitless' living room is just as impressive, filled out with a 65-in smart TV, remote-control multi-zone audio system, and 40-in electric LED fireplace with temperature and flame-color control.

The master bedroom includes a king-size bed and an entertainment system with 39-in smart TV. The tech-loaded bathroom features smart appliances, including a digital tap, smart toilet and smart mirror. The smart shower has digital temperature control, steam functions and an integrated Bluetooth speaker system, and the taps are fed by Furrion's tankless, on-demand hot water system to ensure that occupants are never left in the cold.

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