Carisma Auto Design changes the Mercedes Viano into a Maybach-like van

by SpeedLux

The Mercedes Viano doesn’t seem like a car for the elite class, but Carisma Auto Design has a different view on this and so they have rolled out a new customization program for the van.

The customized Viano is designed to appeal and target the celebrities and heads of state and can be equipped with almost anything and everything required by the customers. The options are almost endless and so Carisma says that the van can be equipped with features such as bespoke rear passenger compartment that has four individual seats, a television, elegant wood trim, a refrigerator, a Bang & Olufsen audio system and Bluetooth / Wi-Fi connectivity.

Infact Carisma’s Sales and Marketing Director, Clive Drake, also revealed that recent customers have even requested for features such as solid crystal ash trays and champagne flutes as well as premium pen sets with a tailored housing.

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