Mercedes-Benz Sprinter converted into a luxury hotel on wheelsAugust 11, 2020
The popular van was redesigned by Midwest Automotive Design. This company has been building luxury motorhomes for 16 years. Her next project is a Daycruiser 144 motorhome based on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.
The upgraded van is priced at a minimum of $ 172,495. The length of the cabin reaches 7.3 meters, which allowed Midwest Automotive Design masters to bring all their ideas to life to the maximum.
For example, leather and wood inserts were used to decorate the motorhome. At the back of the “living area” there was a place for a bathroom. A sofa acts as a sleeping place, which, when unfolded, turns into a large bed.
Already in the “base” a luxury camper gets a toilet, refrigerator and microwave. For a surcharge, the motorhome will be equipped with any other equipment at the request of the client.
So, the radio will cost $ 595, and the TV – $ 2,000. The same amount will have to pay for Internet access.
If desired, the camper can be converted to air suspension, “put on” off-road tires or made with all-wheel drive. Each such upgrade has its own price list. So with all the additional “options” the price of a motorhome can go up significantly. In general, it turned out to be a luxurious mini-hotel in which it is comfortable to travel.
Earlier, our portal said that a yacht on wheels was made from a Mercedes-Benz X-Class pickup truck. The project was implemented by the Carlex Design tuning studio. A large number of wooden inserts give the car a similarity to a yacht.
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