Mercedes V-Class turned into an office on wheels for the price of a supercarAugust 20, 2019
Tuners from Brabus finalized the Mercedes V-Class diesel minivan. As a result, its price tag soared to the level of 296.4 thousand euros, which exceeds the cost of the racing Porsche 911 GT2 RS.
The well-known tuning studio Brabus pumped a Mercedes V-Class diesel minivan, turning it into a luxurious office on wheels with a price tag of 296,395 euros, which is equivalent to an amount of 332,000 dollars. This amount is higher than what you would have to pay for the all-new Porsche 911 GT2 RS supercar. At the same time, the modified minivan cannot boast of high performance. A four-cylinder diesel boosted to 231 hp is responsible for its performance.
Acceleration to “hundreds” with such a power unit will take 8.8 seconds, and its maximum speed is 210 km / h. All this is completely unlike those “charged” models that usually come out of the Brabus workshop.
The tuners did not redraw the appearance of the business van, having slightly modified individual elements of the exterior and placed several nameplates with the logo of the workshop. Also new to the 19-inch Brabus Monoblock rims. Inside the car, Brabus seats are now adorned with high-quality Nappa leather with massage and memory functions, and all cup holders have been equipped with heating and cooling elements. Also, the tuners took care of electrically adjustable curtains and reading lights – one for each seat.
In addition, USB ports appeared in the interior of the modified Mercedes V-Class, a special RGB backlight that allows you to configure various lighting scenarios, as well as a TV with a 21.5-inch display connected to the Apple TV and PlayStation 4.
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