When creating this individual V-class, the tuner abandoned the standard interior. He decided not to put the new Bang & Olufsen sound system with Apple Airplay streaming and wireless phone charging.
OKCU then decorated the seats with “Rolls-Royce quality” leather, which looks chic in the press photos. White leather is complemented by dark blue trim and dark blue seat belts, and between both rows of seats there are large consoles on which various seat adjustment switches are placed. One of these consoles has a small iPad, and the other has a small coffee machine for making espresso on the go. Also inside one of the consoles is a special cigar holder made of wood.
Many other interior components are made of high-quality wood, including linings on thresholds and areas along the doors. This customised Mercedes-Benz V-Class is further enhanced by a variety of control switches, including a Bang & Olufsen audio controller with 24-Karat rose gold trim, and a Rolls-Royce-style starlight ceiling panelling.
OKCU says that all key internal operations can be managed using an iPad or voice commands. The cabin has a partition, side tables, foot rests, seat massage functions, a mini-bar, a champagne cooler and a large TV screen. Completing the modification of OKCU custom front and rear bumpers.