Mercedes presents the Brabus tuned lounge concept
Certainly, you will agree with us that in fact, vans are never considered attractive vehicles for daily driving. However, Mercedes made decision to introduce its new concept car at the auto show in Moscow this week.
The novelty is the Business Lounge –a latest concept van based on the Mercedes Sprinter van. Moreover, the concept is presented tubed by Brabus as well.
Most updates are on the low part of the van. Brabus gives the Business Lounge new 18-inch allow monoblock wheels, redesigned bumper in front and a grille, which gets the Brabus badge instead of the typical Mercedes label. As usual, the tuner offers a black color for the car’s exterior.
Owing to the long-wheelbase of this concept, there are eight seats inside, which are located facing each other for the conference. The interior includes Alcantara and leather trims, all seats are heated, ventilated and adjustable. Meanwhile, seats may be folded to the sleeping position and back rows of seats are removed if it is necessary to grow the luggage space.
Inside, among technical features there is the special climate control that is developed with cooling and heating. Each window is equipped with the power curtains and tined. In addition, there are eight lights for reading and USB ports, three 220-volt outlets, the fridge and even the coffee maker.
Moreover, each passenger is able to control any functions on the touchscreens, which are monted in each seat.
Unfortunately, now we do not know anything about more technical characteristics such as a powertrain, transmission and others.
Also, the carmaker has not announced prices yet. According to the dealer, you may order the van first.
CAR REVIEWS »
Top 10 Best Chevrolet Models of All Time
9 Unique Ways to Customize Your Car
How to Find the Best Tow Truck Companies
Lifting a Truck Pros and Cons
5 Tips for Finding a Good Mechanic You Can Trust
Car Repair at Home: 4 Easy DIY Fixes That Anyone Can Do
6 Effective Maintenance Tips for Car Headlights
Your Guide to the New Skyactiv-X Engine from Mazda
Shady Car Mechanic Tricks You’ve Never Known Before
View All Recent Posts
- More Photos