No need to work at home when you have the Inkas VIP Mobile Office
Canada-based automotive company Inkas is predominantly known for its armored cars and assorted security solutions, but its latest project goes for something altogether different. Meet the Inkas VIP Mobile Office, a luxury-laden study running on Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis.
The highlights of the project include captain’s seats wrapped in premium leather, a walled-off driver’s cab with an intercom for communication, a convenient table with inbuilt electric sockets and USB ports, and two 45-inch TV screens for leisure and entertainment.
The equipment list also makes mention of a three-zone climate control system, footrests, a floor lined with wood, soft ambient lighting, and darkened windows. This particular Sprinter makes do without bulletproof body panels and glass, but those remain a valid option.
Inkas neglected to mention the cost, but we wouldn’t be surprised to learn that it amounts to multiple times the donor vehicle price. A high-roof Sprinter van powered by a 2.0-liter, 188-hp engine goes for $43,870 before options in the United States.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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