This ultra-luxurious Mercedes Sprinter van is armored and has an office with a L shaped office desk


Canadian company Inkas is best known for building armored vehicles, and it specializes in security systems specifically created for cars. The company was in the news last year for creating the world’s first bulletproof Bentley Bentayga which came with state-of-the-art armor protection. However, the latest product to wear the Inkas branding is a big departure from the armored vehicles usually built by the Canadian brand. Meet the Inkas VIP Mobile Office, a beautifully customized office on wheels that is based on the 2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. Instead of focusing on armor protection and security features, this ultra-luxurious mobile office gets top-shelf amenities and creature comforts to make it one of the coolest customized Sprinter vans we have seen recently.

The cabin has space for five people and has an L-shaped desk. There are four fully-adjustable powered captain’s chair seats, although the company has many different layout options. The chairs are wrapped in the finest leather and get features like pop-up footrests and massaging functions. In addition to that, it has big overhead storage compartments, refrigeration units, and a top-of-the-line entertainment system coupled with two 45-inch smart TVs complete with wireless connectivity and an array of ports. There’s also an Intercom system for quick communication between the driver and passengers and triple-zone automatic climate control for heating or cooling. The buyers can also choose to protect the VIP Mobile office with a big list of options like an integrated biometric safe, high-end air purifier system, powered door assistance, CCTV, 360-degree surveillance cameras, command, and control center, filtration systems, signal jammer systems, and more. Additionally, Inkas also offers a bulletproof armoring package and a variety of security features. There’s no word on the pricing, but we don’t expect the Inkas VIP Mobile Office to be cheap.

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[Via: Motor 1]