The world’s largest and most luxurious bus is truly unique… and holds two Guinness World Records.
This “jumbo cruiser” called DerBus was built in 1975 by German automotive giant Neoplan GmbH and became the largest bus in the world with a staggering capacity of 170 passengers.
DerBus, which means “The Bus” in German, is one of only 11 buses of this type ever built, with this one believed to be the only survivor.
And after decades of being a fairly large bus, the ultimate makeover in 1997 gave it a completely new identity, transforming it into the largest and most luxurious motorhome in the world.
On the outside, DerBus is in immaculate condition and still resembles the same bus that first rolled off the assembly line in the 1970s… but on the inside it’s a motorhome like no other.
With seating for 35 people and the ability to host parties for hundreds of guests, it is now often used for appearances at professional events, trade fairs and tours.
In fact, in recent years it has appeared at the Ferrari Challenge, the Lamborghini Grand Prix at Silverstone, the GP Masters and the Truck Grand Prix.
What makes DerBus so special and popular is its incredible interior that offers the very best in luxury.
The entire ground floor of this huge double-decker offers space for several conference rooms as well as a larger meeting room for ten people.
But it also features a large, custom-built bar that can be used as a VIP lounge, finished in real leather and marble with chrome and hardwood accents.
There is even a garage on the ground floor, accessible via a ramp and large enough for a small car.
Going upstairs, the second floor resembles a luxury apartment with a master bedroom at the front next to a kitchen and large living room, and a second bedroom at the back.
There is also a bathroom with a shower, toilet and sink.
The bus also has a number of special features, including a roof terrace with railings that acts as a kind of terrace, as well as a comprehensive security system with multiple cameras.
From the largest and most luxurious bus in the world to the most expensive caravan in the world called a “luxury yacht on wheels,” this dream on wheels is considered the world over as the most outstanding RV that money can buy.
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