Ever seen a luxury yacht on wheels? Check this Mercedes Sprinter


The good thing about modifying vans and buses is that you have ample room to play around and an engine that can support all the freight you throw into it. Russia-based tuning company, Redline Engineering, has used a V-Class and Sprinter to develop a super-luxury mobile office and tour van.

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The company has done a fine job making the interiors the most executive suite anyone could expect on the road. The number of seats has significantly reduced from the usual 8 to accommodate more vehicle additions and amenities. The driver and the passengers are separated by an electrochromic glass that offers adjustable levels of transparency. The glass-work within the van is truly excellent because it extends to the roof of the vehicle fitted with a panoramic window.
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Several other features truly set this all-new V-Class from the clutter, especially the soundproofing in the passenger compartment, Apple TV entertainment, 3G and 4G modules for high-speed Internet connectivity, a Pioneer 99RS head unit with a full-fledged audio system, a refrigerator, pull-out drawers where all things important can be stashed away and interior finishes in leather, Alcantara and Merbau wood. It’s the kind of mobile habitat that could compel you to trade your home for it.
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[ Via : Gizmag ]