A Jet for the Highway – Mercedes Sprinter Dashes into New York

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Mercedes-Benz has outdone themselves this time with their Sprinter van.

Mercedes-Benz loves their Sprinter Van, and more than that they love customizing and... ahem... pimping out their vans to the fullest extent. We recently saw a version inspired by Air Force One, however their collaboration with Becker Automotive Design has certainly changed the way the van is viewed by any potential client. The Becker JetVan features airplane styling and ultra-luxury certain to please the most demanding of the German company's A-list clientele.

Becker calls themselves "The World's Premiere Luxury Coach Builder" and with three unique floor plans, it's easy to see why they make such boast. Each features aviation-spec materials such as luxury seating in the form of large leather chairs, high-speed internet, TVs and personalized monitors. Did we mention a 500-gig computer as well? The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter JetVan by Becker recently made its debut at the 2012 New York International Auto Show and is currently on display at the event.

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