Based on the Mercedes-Benz Vito, the Klassen V-Class stretches the van into a private jet on wheels, or so we’d like to think. Each one is built to order and can be equipped with large flat-screen displays, video game consoles (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, etc.), automatic folding tables, champagne flutes, a biometric safe, as well as a complete multimedia system.
Plus, everything you see in the cabin, including the interior lighting and cabinets, can be controlled remotely using an iPad. Klassen’s COO Samuel Klassen says it takes around 3-4 months to build one of these vans, depending on which options the customer selects, and they’ve even had one request to build a functional toilet. For those wondering, they do offer armored versions, but that extends the build time to at least 1-year. They’ve also built a custom stretch Mercedes-Maybach sedan and the world’s only Range Rover Autobiography, which was stretched by 1 meter, and then armored, all for $1.1-million USD.