Lexani Motorcars Introduces Swanky Sprinter Coach
If you’ve got 400 grand burning a hole in your pocket and you can’t decide what luxury car to spend it on, well, this car will make your decision a little more difficult.
It’s called the Lexani Motorcars Andalucia, and as you can see, it’s a very, very luxurious take on the 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. The Andalucia looks rather inconspicuous from the outside, at least as far as extended fullsize vans go. Aside from some subtle badging and surprisingly tasteful 20-inch wheels, the Andalucia looks like any other 2015 Sprinter. From the outside, this could be a simple airport shuttle or tacky prom-night party bus.
Like Lexani's other offerings, though, the reasoning behind this vehicle’s estimated $350,000 starting price becomes apparent once you step inside.
The super-Sprinter greets its well-heeled owner with two plush leather sofas replacing the standard Sprinter seating. Additionally, the van can be fitted with two removable ottomans that connect the two sofas, turning the coach into a compact mobile hotel room. The interior also features 24-karat gold accents, and the space is bookended by two 46-inch televisions mounted in front and rear retractable bulkheads. A Blu-ray player, Bose surround sound system, satellite TV, 4G WiFi, and Mac Mini complete the infotainment array, all controlled by a touchscreen remote.
No executive suite would be complete without a chilled bar, and the Andalucia has two. Additionally, front- and rearview cameras help the van’s lucky occupants keep an eye on what’s going on outside, in case they can’t be bothered to peer out the dark-tinted windows. And up front, even the chauffeur gets treated to some luxurious digs, with custom-fitted wood trim and some pretty sumptuous leather seats.
The Andalucia looks like a pretty amazing way to travel. While it might not be as quick or as exclusive as a private jet, it’s substantially cheaper and much stealthier, with the added benefit of being able to stop and do a little sight seeing on the way. Plus, if you really wanted to, you could probably live in it, which means you’ll have a place to stay when the Feds catch up with your tax evasion and your homes get seized.
This isn't the first luxury coach based on the Sprinter, which may soon be built in North America to lower production costs. Even if that's the case, we still wouldn't expect the prices of these bespoke luxobarges to dip at all.
Source: Lexani Motorcars