This Two Million Dollar Luxury RV Rolls in Style

Meet the 2020 Newell Coach P50 1675. This two million dollar RV is what happens when Porsche Automotive and the world’s most well-known luxury RV manufacturer get together to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the luxury RV designer.
Road Trip in Style with this Two Million Dollar RV
The 2020 Newell Coach P50 1675 celebrates 50 years of Newell Motorcoach manufacturing.
If you’re in the market for a custom luxury RV, Miami Oklahoma is where you go to get one. That’s where Newell Coach is located, and their engineers will create an all-custom luxury RV just for you.
Newell has a reputation for creating high quality coaches entirely from scratch, totally to your specifications.
The dinette expands for more seating and has a Corian table top.
This isn’t the first time Newell and Porsche have collaborated. The original P50 model launched in 2017 and it keeps getting better. The P50 honors the legacy of L.K. Newell, who gained a spot in RV history by building a luxury coach that features the best elements of bus and motorhome design and construction.
L.K.’s goal was to combine the desirable features of a bus-the rear diesel engine, under-floor storage, air brakes, and air suspension-with features that buses did not offer, such as a front-mounted generator, a mid-entry door, motorhome systems built into the body and chassis during manufacture, and more flexibility to custom build to the customer’s preferences.
In 1970, Newell designed and built his own pusher motorhome chassis-from scratch. He used a unique bridge-construction technique that maximized under-floor storage space, creating the first motorhome with a basement. He offered his first diesel-powered motorhome in 1972, far ahead of the rest of the industry. — History of Newell Coach
From the First Diesel Pusher to First Class Road Trip Living
RVs have come a long way since Newell invented the first diesel pusher

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