Klassen has designed a luxury mobile office on wheels, complete with a bar, toilet, and a huge screen incorporated into the partition wall. And it’s also for sale.
Depending on whom you ask, van life can have different meanings. But if you’re into tiny homes away from home, or more like offices in this case, then you’ll probably adore this Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.
All it takes is a quick look to tell that it’s no longer your ordinary people carrier. Bearing the signature of Klassen, a renowned tuner that brings out the shine within some exciting rides, often sprinkling them with ballistic protection, this Sprinter is a chauffeur-driven mobile office.
A partition wall separates the driver from those sitting at the rear. It has four individual seats that look highly comfortable. Wrapped in high-end leather, they sport electric adjustment and probably heating and ventilation functions.
Cold drinks can be served on the go thanks to the bar, and there is an incorporated coffee machine as well. All windows feature blinds, and the once-ordinary van is bathed in artificial light with an ambient mode for more chillax drives.
Important documents can be signed on the table mounted between the seats, which can be folded in and out. A couple of small tablets can be used to control various functions of the vehicle. And since all modern-day builds need to have some large screen, Klassen has this box checked, too, with the big TV incorporated into the partition wall.
You won’t have to pull over to use the restroom because it also comes with its own toilet and sink. Numerous storage spaces are on the deck, and the seats can be turned into a bed.
This is but one proposal when it comes to the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter from Klassen, as they can give yours other layouts, bedecking it with leather in different hues. The company says the conversion takes roughly two to three months to complete, and the pictured van is looking for a new home with only the delivery miles under its belt.
Interested parties need to reach out to Klassen to find out the price, but it is likely one of those cases in which if you have to ask, you probably can’t afford it.