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The van is practical, but the space inside the van is suitable for landscaping. See Conversion Van as a good example. Until recently, the Overlander was built around the van. If you like the VIP aspect, vans can handle it too.  Klassen is a solid example of a Mercedes Benz Sprinter VIP theme. From the outside, it looks like a Sprinter with a more grille, sportier bumpers and more attractive wheels. That said, the Klaasen front kit shows what an AMG version of this van would look like if Mercedes-Benz built the van.  External updates are relatively light, but internal updates do the opposite. The dashboard design of the front area is similar to that of the standard Sprinter. However, almost every surface, from the steering wheel to the door panels, features a brown leather trim. There is also a large wireless charging pad that doubles as a refrigerator and a front armrest. He also gets a shaggy rug for good measure.  VIP treatment aft, in the fourth row of poufs and benches. A side control panel controls the ambient lighting and climate control systems. Passengers do not need to instruct the driver as there is also a separate screen to control the infotainment system. Other creature comforts include a hideaway table with a sliding tray, minibar, and shutters that shut prying eyes.  A TV hangs from the ceiling of the Klaasen Sprinter, moving on to gadgets and contraptions. This usually happens in a high-end conversion van, but the tuning company kindly linked it to the Apple TV system. But if gaming is what you and your travelers like, Klaasen has even included PlayStation 5 games to keep everyone entertained. Audiophiles can also appreciate the van's surround sound system from the third row.  Klaasen did not mention the price of the VIP Sprinter, but he expected it to exceed $ 200,000. As a result, this van is significantly more expensive than a Mercedes-Maybach S580. Again, installing a PS5, minibar, and large TV is hard to fit into a flagship sedan, and nothing beats the space provided by a van.

The van is practical, but the space inside the van is suitable for landscaping. See Conversion Van as a good example. Until recently, the Overlander was built around the van. If you like the VIP aspect, vans can handle it too.

Klassen is a solid example of a Mercedes Benz Sprinter VIP theme. From the outside, it looks like a Sprinter with a more grille, sportier bumpers and more attractive wheels. That said, the Klaasen front kit shows what an AMG version of this van would look like if Mercedes-Benz built the van.

External updates are relatively light, but internal updates do the opposite. The dashboard design of the front area is similar to that of the standard Sprinter. However, almost every surface, from the steering wheel to the door panels, features a brown leather trim. There is also a large wireless charging pad that doubles as a refrigerator and a front armrest. He also gets a shaggy rug for good measure.

VIP treatment aft, in the fourth row of poufs and benches. A side control panel controls the ambient lighting and climate control systems. Passengers do not need to instruct the driver as there is also a separate screen to control the infotainment system. Other creature comforts include a hideaway table with a sliding tray, minibar, and shutters that shut prying eyes.

A TV hangs from the ceiling of the Klaasen Sprinter, moving on to gadgets and contraptions. This usually happens in a high-end conversion van, but the tuning company kindly linked it to the Apple TV system. But if gaming is what you and your travelers like, Klaasen has even included PlayStation 5 games to keep everyone entertained. Audiophiles can also appreciate the van's surround sound system from the third row.

Klaasen did not mention the price of the VIP Sprinter, but he expected it to exceed $ 200,000. As a result, this van is significantly more expensive than a Mercedes-Maybach S580. Again, installing a PS5, minibar, and large TV is hard to fit into a flagship sedan, and nothing beats the space provided by a van.

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