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Brabus is as much into crafting luxurious interiors as they are into producing eye-wateringly fast family sedans and station wagons. This week they’ve taken the covers off an entry in a segment that has been quietly growing in recent years: the mobile office. Since this is Brabus we’re talking about, there are two things that are certain from the outset. First, the mobile office in question is based on a Mercedes-Benz platform. Second, everything has been dialed up to 11.

Passengers: 4 Iphone Charger: Yes Fully Insured: Yes
Interior: Black Leather On Board Drinks: Yes Smoking: No
DVD Player: Yes On Board Snacks: Yes Surround Sound: Yes
On Board Wifi: Yes Bag Capacity: 2 LCD Screens: Yes

Brabus used the long-wheelbase and high-roof version Mercedes-Benz Sprinter as the starting point for this project, dubbed the Brabus Business Lounge.

The interior of the Sprinter has been modified with a partition for the driver and passenger compartment, and Brabus has placed just two rows of seats in the passenger area, facing each other in a 2+2 configuration. There are just four reclining VIP passenger seats in the base version, though it can also be ordered with six seats. The passenger seats feature heating and ventilation, as well as massage and lumbar support functions.