Based on the updated Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, exterior styling has been improved with colour-coded bumpers, side-steps and a chrome finish to the wheels.
The Autobahn’s interior, however, follows Airstream’s aircraft-inspired styling directions, with the interior heavily influenced by a modern-day Boeing or Airbus.
Single aircraft-style seats with pockets on the back are placed down each side of the van, separated by an ‘aisle’, with overhead storage lockers lining the van’s roof.
Passengers can raise or lower the solid window blinds to take in the view from outside, or choose to watch the centrally-mounted 32-inch television with Blu-Ray player for entertainment.
Interior fittings are handcrafted and finished in various black or dark brown trims in leather and wood, while the floor is lined with brown carpet.
Other interior luxuries include a powered footrest in each seat, 12-volt and USB power outlets, two refrigerators and a workspace containing a desk.
The Autobahn carries up to eight passengers and is aimed at both private and commercial buyers in the US, with prices starting from US$131,024 (AU$140,298).