From the pickup did a chic office on wheelsJuly 6, 2019
Richly equipped car will cost a million dollars
Americans built a luxurious office on wheels on the basis of a huge full-size pickup.
California tuning studio Lexani Motorcars has earned a reputation for exclusive and expensive projects for the construction of luxury cars based on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter minibus and the extended Cadillac Escalade ESV SUV. Now the Americans decided to raise the bar even higher and designed an office on wheels, using the chassis of a full-size Ford F-550 pickup.
Giant black truck called the G-77: Sky Master, and its cost is a million dollars. Outside, it’s hard to understand why such a money is being asked for a banal black Ford, but if you look inside, all questions are removed. The fact is that all the metal interior parts are generously covered with 24-carat gold, and the salon is literally crammed with high-tech equipment and gadgets.
In addition to the 65-inch home theater, there is a small kitchen, toilet, shower, cooled drink bar, tablets, a separate climate control unit and much more that can be found in typical representative cars. In the cabin there are six leather heated chairs and massages, which can be expanded and expanded into a large bed, and the walls are decorated with wood.
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