This $550,000 bulletproof Mercedes Sprinter is so luxurious that it comes with a gold-plated bathroom sink — take a closer look

Lexani Asgard.
Lexani Motorcars
Lexani Motorcars builds Mercedes Sprinter vans that look nondescript from the outside but offer the luxury and convenience of a private jet inside.
The company's vans are equipped with soft leather seats, home theater systems, kitchenettes, built-in iPads and computers, and liquor cabinets.
However, all of this comes at a high price - $ 250,000 can buy you a simple Lexani build, but you'll have to pay closer to $ 550,000 for an optional van.
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What can a VIP do if they have to travel somewhere but their private jet is in business? Lexani Motorcars, a California-based company known for customizing immensely opulent escalades, navigators, and the like, has the answer.
The company sells a slew of lavish "mobile offices" based in Mercedes-Benz Sprinter - imaginatively called Grazia, Malaga, Ashford, and Ambassador - built for managers and other donors to relax and work on the go.
Lexani's vans offer a host of conveniences to underpin their expensive-sounding names and six-digit price tags. Features include massage seats, marble floors, home theater systems, bar stations, and built-in computers.
Not to mention that buyers can choose from seven storey protection levels for a bit more money to make their trips as carefree as possible. A fully loaded van, a Lexani spokesman told Business Insider, can lead a customer up to $ 550,000.
Check out some of Lexani's lavish sprinters below.
Admire the Asgard, one of a range of fanciful Mercedes-Benz Sprinters sold by California-based Lexani Motorcars.
Lexani Asgard.
Lexani Motorcars
Although Lexani's vans are fairly modest on the outside, they all have a top-class cabin interior and more inside.
Lexani Asgard.
Lexani Motorcars
For example, the Asgard has adjustable seats made from Italian leather, wine coolers, a 55-inch OLED television with satellite and a Bose surround sound system.
Lexani Asgard.
Lexani Motorcars
"The Asgard was designed to emulate a five-star hotel experience." It is also equipped with an espresso machine ...
Lexani Asgard.
Lexani Motorcars
... and a "private executive toilet with brushed nickel fittings".
Lexani Asgard.
Lexani Motorcars
The ambassador goes a step further with its armor at B6 level, which can protect against high-performance rifles and grenade explosions.
Lexani ambassador.
Lexani Motorcars
The ambassador doesn't give up luxury either - he has a kitchenette, leather seats and marble floors.
Lexani ambassador.
Lexani Motorcars
Even heads of state occasionally need a bathroom ...
Lexani ambassador.
Lexani Motorcars
... so the ambassador has one with a gold-plated sink.
Lexani ambassador.
Lexani Motorcars
In Lexanis Andalucia there is a "mobile luxury bedroom suite".
Lexani Andalucia.
Lexani Motorcars
There is a TV that rises and falls to separate the bedroom from the driver area ...
Lexani Andalucia.
Lexani Motorcars
... and the bed is flanked by two liquor cabinets.
Lexani Andalucia.
Lexani Motorcars
In contrast, the Ambassador IV is designed for work rather than play.
Lexani Ambassador IV
Lexani Motorcars
It has four plush seats facing forward ...
Lexani Ambassador IV
Lexani Motorcars
... each with an airline-style desk.
Lexani Ambassador IV
Lexani Motorcars
Each leather-covered seat has heating, ventilation and massage functions.
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