I'd love to take out the carpet, and have the 'sheet' flooring through-out.
Typically, there's three methods to install this type of flooring. Full glue down, edge glue, full floating. It appears A/S used a full floating install. With that, the floor sheet is underneath all the furniture- out to out.
You can see the sheet is right up to the edge, under the plastic wheel well cover, under the water pump.
With a full float install, I can't seam a new section (even if I did match the color/print) where the carpet was removed. It would be way too conspicuous, nor advised by manufacturer
So that means removing all the base cabinets, shower enclosure, refrigerator, partitions, sofa, etc... to remove the existing, and install new.
Now I see why J/C quoted me +$4000