Mercedes-Benz Sprinter has become popular among individuals who enjoy camping, thanks to its massive space and trusty powertrain. However, London-based tuning house Clive Sutton wanted to switch things up and create a Sprinter in its most luxurious form.
Clive Sutton, the same company that delivered the 800-horsepower Ford Mustang dubbed Sutton CS800, unveiled the 2024 VIP Class Mercedes-Benz Sprinter with an ultra-luxurious conversion capable of transporting nine people “in the height of comfort.”
The eye-catching cabin features leather-clad seats, with the middle row coming with a recline function for a more relaxing ride. The company allows various customizations depending on the customer’s preference.
For this particular unit, the interior has two 40-inch 4K screens, a pair of onboard fridge compartments, and a surround-sound cinema audio system. Meanwhile, the exterior gets a custom grille, 20-inch wheels, and a black exterior for a more executive-looking finish.
The van is also equipped with a PlayStation 5, reminiscent of the PlayStation-themed Sprinter build West Coast Customs introduced last year.
Some of the options Clive Sutton offers include heated seats throughout, a coffee machine, a washroom, a full-size wardrobe, high-power air conditioning, and a twin-section panoramic glass roof.
The extended wheelbase version can even be opted with a triple-section panoramic glass roof, giving passengers more of an open-air experience. Essentially, as long as the customer can name it, the company should be able to install it.
While the headquarters is based in Europe, Clive Sutton said it can export its commissions worldwide, with all models coming with a three-year warranty on both the vehicle and the conversions.
“Our customers demand the absolute pinnacle of luxury, refinement, and comfort, and practicality, so we’ve pulled out all the stops to make our 2024 VIP Class Mercedes-Benz Sprinter the most luxurious, spacious, and stylish way to transport up to nine people in absolute comfort,” said founder and CEO Clive Sutton.
The price to pay for an ultra-luxurious conversion like this starts at £180,000 (or about $228,137 at current exchange rates). Quite hefty compared to a stripped-down, straight from the factory Sprinter Cargo Van you can get in the US for $49,900.