L uxuriously equipped vehicles that private users and as shuttles from service providers or hotels should also score with plenty of space. As a result, not only large sedans but also elegant vans are predestined for this task, especially those with the image star on the radiator. The Mercedes V-Class is therefore a popular object for refiners for VIP vehicles.
The company Schawe Car Design, based in the Ruhr area, has converted a Mercedes V250d into a moving living room. The factory leather upholstery has been expanded with light nappa leather, the surfaces and headrests of the seats have diamond-shaped quilted, perforated leather. All plastic parts of the interior trim were covered with Alcantara or leather. The microfiber fabric can also be found on the roof lining and pillars, the trim strips on the dashboard and the door panels.
LED light behind black curtains
The spacious rear is furnished with four heated individual seats and separated from the front compartment by an electrically retractable partition. Views from the outside can be blocked out by black curtains behind the darkened side windows. If it gets too dark, the LED light strips in the headliner can simulate a sunrise. Alternatively, the ambient light can be set in different colors.
Tables and at least a 230V socket in the rear turn the converted V-Class into an office on wheels, a second battery provides the power supply even when the vehicle is stationary. It also supplies the Blue-Ray player and the sound system with a large subwoofer with energy.
SimilarThe price is as opulent as the equipment. The outwardly unchanged one-off based on the Mercedes V250d with AMG styling package and 19-inch alloy wheels is for sale for 178,500 euros