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Tired of Idling in a Corner Office? You Could Work From an Executive Van

Inkas is a Canadian company better known for its thriving security business, but it has also ventured into automotive manufacturing with a penchant for offering the best-possible armored protection to its customers. As it turns out, if instead of a high-profile target you’re a very affluent businessperson, there’s also an interesting option that will make you give up the corner office in an instant.
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So, while the Inkas Armored Vehicle Manufacturing division occupies its time with things like a 6,186 mm (243.54 inches) G63 AMG VIP Limo that can withstand 7.62 caliber impacts without moving a V8 muscle, there’s always the peaceful Mercedes-Benz alternative.

Granted, the Sprinter might not have the same pedigree as the G Class, but anyone can certainly appreciate the extra space. Especially when the unassuming black exterior of the Inkas Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Office Limousine makes way for what they call the “Ultimate Workspace.”

This German commercial workhorse is something government surveillance officials only dream of, as the cavernous space provided by the Sprinter is not filled with electronic equipment, sweaty blazers, and uncomfortable metal chairs.

Instead, just like other projects from the Canadian brand, its interior has been tailored for VIP use and features what looks like a fully functional office layout (L-shaped desk included), premium video and sound systems, as well as two cool boxes.

For Inkas, the sky is the limit in terms of personalization – meaning we have no definitive pricing on this mobile office gem (the company likes individual inquiries) - and they say they could even equip the van with a washroom!

As far as we can tell that’s not included in the showcased configuration, which packs LED screens, a couple of 45-inch smart TVs, secure wireless connectivity, and power adjustable captain’s chairs with footrests, as well as heating, cooling, or massage functions.

There is also some overhead storage – a given when looking at the height of the van – along with modular interior components and two cool boxes for beverages and other refreshments.

No word on specific technical details has perspired, unfortunately – we certainly would have loved to find out the length of the vehicle and its interior cabin, or what is hiding underneath the short hood (probably a stock Mercedes’ powertrain).



Editor's note: This article was not sponsored or supported by a third-party.

 
 
 
 
 

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