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Brabus Business Lounge Concept Unveiled At Moscow Auto Show

German tuning specialist Brabus has used this week’s 2014 Moscow Auto Show to launch its latest project, the Brabus Business Lounge concept. The huge Mercedes Sprinter has received exclusive multimedia equipment as well as an attractive exterior upgrade. At the exterior the black van features new grille with Brabus logo, new front bumper with integrated LED daytime running lights, 18-inch Monoblock wheels and two exhaust pipes. Check out the ride below and let the photos do a better job of telling the story.
Inside, it’s hard to know where to start, fine leather passenger compartment with four business seats colored in a dual-tone combination of cognac and mocha in a 2+2 configuration and an additional third row of seats; a special climate control with heating and cooling functions.
Developed with the help of Ruhr West University, the onboard media center is powered by a dedicated computer that allows on-board passengers the ability to sync a variety of devices.The list of amenities goes on with LTE broadband internet, on-board hard drive, 42-inch LCD screen that can show movies, live TV, or video games from an on-board PlayStation or Xbox, eight USB ports, three 220-volt outlets, six dimmable reading lights, a refrigerator and a coffee maker.
Audio is driven by a 1,200-watt Dolby surround sound system custom-built for the unique interior.
Unfortunately there’s no word from Brabus on price.

[ Source: Brabus ]

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