The most expensive luxury coach in the world right now belongs to the Vantare Platinum Plus, which has been announced by Featherlite Luxury Coaches as its newest motorcoach in 13th of July, 2006. It has a triple slide configuration and its spacious interior is defined by the finest grade of finish materials in the world. This most expensive luxury coach in the world was designed by renowned interior designer and luxury coach owner Karen B. Horton, the fine detail of every item that which has gone into $2.5 million.
Vantare Platinum Plus
The interior of this most expensive luxury coach in the world was crafted by ASID, an owner of this coach herself. The entry steps are rare Inca marble bull nosed by Featherlite resident stone artist Patrick Paffour. The risers are hand-made glass tile with embedded copper. The ceiling and AV cabinet of this most expensive luxury coach in the world are covered with pearlized Italian leather while the veneer on the dash and steering wheel are sapele Pommele from Africa.
The salon features a custom Italian sofa with double electric recliners. It is upholstered in Correggio fabric. This most expensive luxury coach in the world also has a special liquor cabinet covered with sapele vaneer and stocked with signed crystal glasses by Micahel Weems and decanter from Neiman Marcus. The salon, galley and hall ceiling of this most expensive luxury coach in the world are covered in custom copper sculpture by Chip Manz. Its ceiling lighting shines through Swarovski crystal.
This most expensive luxury coach also features a Miele built-in coffee center and stainless steel dishwasher, full high cabinet with copper-fused glass, pull-out pantry, utility cabinet with vacuum, Sub-Zero refrigerator freezer and an onyx dining table. The galley and dining area of this most expensive luxury coach in the world comes fully stocked with utensils with an international feel.
The Bedroom Interior
The Platinum Plus also has a private lavatory with one of a kind glass sink and countertop of fused glass by Seattle artist Mark Ditzler. This most expensive luxury coach in the world has also sports fully lined cabinets with pull-out shelves, cedar-lined closets, Malbar washer and dryer, toe kick lights in the hall for night lighting, a stock of 90 oz. spa towels and spa robes for the gentleman and lady.