Hartmann Mercedes Sprinter gets an Air Force One inspired interior

We were completely swooned by the jet-inspired interior on the Mercedes-Benz Vito and the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter JetVan inspired by Airforce One which made us covet for more luxury in vans. Our earnest prayers were answered with Hartmann’s Mercedes-Benz Sprinter which is inspired by Barack Obama’s Air Force One. The Hartmann SP5 Conference which is fashioned as an airplane cabin on wheels comes with two single seats and two swivel chairs, all of them swathed in Nappa leather and Alcantara. The interiors are done in boat plywood covered with Makassar veneer and it features a seat and table rail system. The van is complete with two front cupboards for wardrobe and files, two 12 volt connections, an external 220-Volt connection and an integrated compressor cooling box.

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Hartmann’s Mercedes Sprinter also comes with the extra spark of LED ambient lighting, extra sound proofing, and a Pioneer head unit with a route planner, Bluetooth connectivity, a DVD-/CD changer and an Ampire low range bass and a Nespresso coffee bar. It sports 20-inch alloys and is overhauled with new aerodynamics comprising of front and rear aprons and side skiers.
The price on this baby isn’t quoted yet.

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