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$450,000 Mercedes-Benz B6 Sprinter by Lexani Motorcars

The custom Reale is a high-end armored coach that costs half of a million dollars

Annette Carrion
Jul 30, 2013

The Details:

• Lexani Motorcars introduces the Reale – a custom Mercedes Benz B6 Sprinter

2018 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
$33,995 Base Model (MSRP) MPG Fuel Economy

• Armored coach retails for $450,000-$500,000

• Lavish amenities include a gold-plated sink and marble floors

• Customers can design their own vehicle online

What does a half of million-dollar transport van look like? Lexani Motorcars, recognized for providing one-of-a-kind luxury vehicles to the elite can show you with its newest creation, the Reale. Using the Mercedes–Benz B6 Sprinter van as a platform the Reale variant is designed for those Donald Trump or international drug lord types who not only require ballistic protection, but desire extreme rolling opulence.

For a jaw dropping $450,000-$500,000 you can own the high-end armored Mercedes-Benz B6 Sprinter too. The armored coach is the ideal transportation for A-list celebrities, professional athletes, and government officials.

The Reale’s exterior may appear inconspicuous, however, step inside and you’ll find that the interior features many lavish amenities such as Alcantara suede lining, handcrafted leather seats, a galley kitchen, luxury lavatory with ceramic toilet and gold-plated sink, marble floors, and a hidden coat rack.

Whether it’s for business or play, this lust-worthy coach caters to the buyer who wishes to express their individuality. Customers can request additional amenities, which Lexani Motorcars will make every effort to incorporate, or the buyer can design their vehicle online at http://www.lexanimotorcars.com/builder/7/1.

You know you’re traveling in luxury when you can enjoy an espresso, while watching your favorite 3D movie inside a vehicle outfitted with marble and gold-plated trimmings. This coach is essentially an executive suite wrapped in ballistic steel.

By Annette Carrion
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