Hartmann has presented the first details of their SP5 Conference that is based on the Mercedes Sprinter. The customization package is mainly about the interior which has been inspired by the inner furnishings of Airforce One.

It features two separate sections, the first of which is the salon at the front of the cabin. The front two seats (including the driver seat) can swivel round to face the rear two seats to create a more social environment. There is also a lifting, folding and turning table that erects in the middle, perfect for laying cups of coffee or perhaps for playing a game of cards.

Moving further back, there is a stylish kitchenette area which is dominated by the boat plywood that it is made out of. It features cupboard space for different types of items as well as a built in Nespresso coffee bar and two 12-Volt connections. It is complimented by ambience lighting and is also insulated so it is warm and quiet even whether the model is in motion or not.

The exterior receives a few extras to distinguish it from the standard model. This includes a front spoiler skirt, a side sill set and a tail skirt as well as a set of 20 inch alloy wheels.

Gallery: Hartmann Mercedes Sprinter - inspired by Airforce One

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