A Mercedes Sprinter van has been given an luxurious and executive makeover by Polish car interior design specialists Carlex Design.
- Interior overhaul in the form of new design, materials and even 24-karat gold
- Tech includes 3D screens, 10-inch tablets and more
- Accompanied by new body kit and alloys
- No price revealed
Carlex Design have done some cracking work over the years, with ultra-impressive bespoke interiors done for a whole range of high-end cars, including the Ferrari 458 Spider, Lamborghini Aventador and Mercedes G63 AMG 6×6. Their latest project though is the high roof four-door Mercedes Sprinter van which they’ve appropriately dubbed the Sprinter Jet Van – no doubt due to its luxury jet-like styling.
As you’d expect, the interior of the van is nothing like your normal Sprinter. It’s received a complete and thorough overhaul bringing a wealth of black, grey and Alcantara leather complimented by extravagant wood surfaces on the centre panel, laptop holders and floor. There’s even 24-karat gold used in places such as the minibar rim and cup holders, as if it wasn’t already oozing with luxury.
It’s hardly surprising they didn’t announce a price for it, because looking at that thing, it’ll probably cost the same price as my house.
Other upgrades include two 3D screens – one 40-inches and the other 21 inches – which allow passengers to watch movies, browse the internet and even see the outside world via external cameras. There’s also a pair of 10-inch tablets that allow you to adjust your usual niceties like air con, LED lighting and seven-way adjustable seats.
Whilst Carlex Design are an interior design specialist, they did make some changes to the Jet Van’s exterior too in the form of a new body kit and reinforced alloy wheels.
For those of you that don’t already know, I absolutely love vans. I used to be a white van man so they’ll always have a place in my heart, and this one is no different.
You can really see the jet-inspired style going on throughout the van, it looks absolutely unreal. It’s hardly surprising they didn’t announce a price for it, because looking at that thing, it’ll probably cost the same price as my house. Then again, it’s more than good enough to live in, so maybe I need to sell mine and buy one of these instead.
One criticism I have of it though? It’s not a Ford Transit. Nothing beats the Ford Transit!