Think this is just a Navigator?

Dec 4, 2011

Then I advise you to think again... In the past, high profile clients would take SUVs to customization shops and have them turned into an office on wheels or make them a uber-luxurious mode of transportation. Now, folks don't have to do that, because Lexani tapped into an unsaturated market.

Presenting Lexani Motorcars, where their SUVs and Vans are inspired by private jets. Features include:

Interior / Amenitties

• Custom luxury Burl Wood finish accents
• European style premium leather 6 way power seats
• Suede lined headliner and cabin walls
• 1 – 40″ LED TV
• Playstation 3 (Blue-ray player)
• Intercom system
• Ambient LED overhead and cabin lighting
• Luxury bar station with patented design
• 1000 watt alpine Audio system
• Plush high-quality Carpeting
• 100% Egyptian cotton blanket w/ robe and slippers
• Leather bound traveling chest


• UV resistant privacy glass tint
• Custom color matched exterior accents
• Dual Camera System Front and Back-up Camera views
• Privacy partition
• Raised roof for comfort


• 22″ Lexani Wheel and tire package
• Video conferencing system
• Lexani Platinum Grille package
• Apple iPad integration (up to 2 iPads)
• Apple Mac Mini computer w/ wireless keyboard
• 24k Gold plated custom accents
• Custom logo embroidered on headrest
• One touch multi device control unit
• Multi user Wi-Fi network capability
• Wireless Internet Connection
• Business Station with Fax Capability
• TracVision Satellite System
• Vehicle security / alarm system

Of course, all of this doesn't come cheap. This particular model will run you about $209,000. But they are made to order, so you can customize them to your personal needs.

If you want a better look, check out this video...

This particular Mercedes Sprinter goes for $265,000.00, but they have a new 2012 Mercedes Sprinter for $290,000 that has a restroom in it.

Why buy a Rolls Royce Phantom if you can buy this? No wonder Beyonce has a fully customized Sprinter. For more information about the Lexani Motorcar fleet, check out

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