For a long time we have nothing of the tuner Lexani motorcars but now you come back with a huge project. The whole is called Lexani LM-EXTV Mercedes off-road sprinter and seems a little bit made for the apocalypse. After you already have one Cadillac Escalade has refined in the most noble way was now the topic "Outdoor and sports" hip, trendy, popular. The team from California has a current Mercedes Sprinter 4Matic (all wheel drive) to the martial monster pimps and makes the craftsman mobile to the expedition mobile. The visual highlight here is of course the huge in-house LM wheelset, which, in addition to the matt black 20 inch alloy wheels, is particularly impressive due to the huge 33 Zoll BF Goodrich off-road off-road tires.
Unhindered propulsion in the terrain is thus guaranteed and everything is rounded off with a suitable elevation (further details unfortunately unknown). And so that the sprinter can clear any obstacles in the form of bushes, shrubs, branches, etc. without damage out of the way, there was a large ramming protection on the front which also protects the headlights and also brings an LED light strip for better illumination. The side section is underlined by massive side railing including steps that not only facilitate the entry but also protect the subfloor.
A very practical detail is the huge basket carrier on the roof which can be reached via a ladder on the left rear door and is also equipped with LED light bars and auxiliary lights (spots) all around. The optical appearance is rounded off on the outside with a striking camouflage film, completely darkened windows in the rear area as well as various LM-EXTV logos. But Lexani motorcars Of course, the interior has also buttoned ahead. There are four business-class seats and generally an interior that gives more of the flair of an office than the possibility of staying overnight. But even that works because roof cabinets, a microwave, a small but complete kitchen module with worktop and a refrigerator and two folding benches.
Optionally, even a further lying area can be created thanks to attachable covers above the permanently installed lying areas. For a befitting ventilation two large roof bars with vents and provide coziness take over numerous LEDs and spots. Although this Sprinter does not necessarily come with a particularly extensive motorhome technology, enough amenities are also available in this project for the ultimate off-road trip as we find. If we receive timely information on other changes not mentioned before, there is of course as always an update for this report. It is best to subscribe to our feed and if there is something new you will get in touch immediately. We wish you a lot of fun watching the pictures.
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These are the changes to the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter:
- Name: Lexani LM-EXTV Mercedes off-road sprinter
- LM wheelset in matt black (20 inch)
- 33 inch off-road off-road tires from BF Goodrich
- Higher level (further details unfortunately unknown)
- Rammschutz with LED light bar
- Threshold tubes including treads
- Basket carrier on the roof (with LED light bars and additional headlights)
- Ladder on the left tailgate
- camouflage foiling & LM-EXTV lettering
- completely darkened rear windows
- Interior with 4 x business class seats, roof cabinets, microwave, kitchen module with worktop and refrigerator, two folding benches, additional sleeping area, two large roof bars with vents, numerous LED's and Sports)
- possibly a performance increase - (chip tuning, tuning box - more information is not available)
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LEXANI LM-EXTV OFFROAD SPRINTER
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