This ultra luxurious custom Mercedes van has all the toys

If you thought Maybach's were luxurious, wait until you see this V-Class.
  • This Mercedes V-Class has been completely customized
  • The interior is like a living room, kitted out with a host of toys including a fingerprint-activated vault and voice recognition technology
  • It comes with a pretty hefty price tag, though; it’s worth over $250,000

Published on Jan 23, 2024 at 9:27PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Jan 24, 2024 at 1:33PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones

This Mercedes V-Class is far from being your average van.

For starters, whereas a standard V-Class would set you back around $50,000, this custom Mercedes van is worth $250,000.

The reason it comes with such a hefty price tag is because it’s been extensively customized.

The best way to describe the interior of this V-Class is like a living room – and it’d give a Maybach a run for its money with the amount of features it has.

It comes with everything you could ever want or need, from a refrigerator to a cigar humidor – so you can really travel in style.

It also comes with voice recognition technology that allows you to open and close the sliding door, as well as change the ambient lighting color.

But perhaps the coolest feature of this Mercedes V-Class is the fingerprint-activated vault, so you can keep your valuables locked away.

There really are too many features to list, so check them all out for yourself in the video above!

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