Queensland truck body-builder STG Global has unveiled a five-star luxury motorhome it calls ‘The Dreamliner’.
Based on a Kenworth T410 rigid truck chassis, the company says The Dreamliner brings the same level of design and build quality normally reserved for super yachts – and all for $878,900 plus on-road costs.
STG Global Managing Director Ross Yendle: “The result of 18 months of research and development, it is designed with innovation, liveability and reliability at the core and is coming to the market when interest is at an all-time high, as travellers increasingly look to explore Australia while international trips are unlikely to return to previous levels for some time.”
“Every little detail has been considered when it comes to fittings and finishes to provide a luxury experience, such as heated floors and a cleverly designed kitchenette with slide out systems and high-end appliances from Gaggenau and Bosch,” he said.
With a capacity for up to six passengers and a 500-horsepower powertrain, The Dreamliner is the first mega-luxury motorhome of its kind to be built in Australia.
“When it is time to turn in, you can sit back and enjoy a 50-inch LED TV in the living space or 22-inch LED TV in the bedroom, with a 360-degree antenna providing maximum coverage wherever you are.”
STG Global offers the motorhome in two configurations, with each Dreamliner built-to-order in four-to-six months.