Justin Bieber’s $2M tour bus is a luxury penthouse on wheels

It's basically a luxury home.
  • Justin Bieber spent $2 million on this tour bus
  • It has a bathroom with a shower and a sauna
  • In addition to the main bedroom, it also has a dining space and a workspace

Published on Jan 4, 2024 at 8:37PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Jan 8, 2024 at 2:58PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones
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Justin Bieber spent more on his tour bus than most people spend on their cars and homes combined.

But to be fair, it’s not difficult to see why Justin Bieber’s tour bus costs so much.

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Tour buses are nothing new

Celebrities of all sorts, from Hollywood actors to chart-topping rappers, use them all the time – while others favor private jets.

Some are like luxury hotels on the inside.

It’s a means of transport as well as an office but, crucially, it becomes their home for extended periods of time.

For this reason, celebs with an eight- or even nine-figure net worth such as Justin Bieber aren’t shy about spending money on their RV.

Justin Bieber gave his fans a tour of his tour bus, no pun intended, and it looks tremendous.

Made by Prevost, it offers a lounge area with a flat-screen TV and a sofa that folds out, which can be used to sleep on.

Also, it has a fireplace, a work space, a dining area and another L-shaped couch.

The bathroom is larger than some hotel’s bathrooms.

There’s a shower that’s large enough for two people, and it has a steam function and even a sauna.

This, according to Bieber, is not just for show.

“When I’m on tour, I gotta make sure I keep by body on an optimal level,” he told GQ. “There’s so much that goes into touring, it’s really hard on your body [when] you’re doing, like, an hour and a half show a night.”

The tour bus cost around $2 million to make, which is peanuts to a guy like Justin Bieber.

With a net worth of $300+ million, Bieber loves spending cash on some cool toys.

He once famously asked Rolls-Royce to make him a custom one-off inspired by a concept that wasn’t for sale.

And Rolls-Royce was happy to oblige.

On another occasion, he bought a unique Porsche very few people had ever heard of.

Clearly, he doesn’t really do ‘standard’.

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