The Brabus V-Class with lavish in-car entertainment

Mar 29, 2017 | Same topic: Leading-edge tech trends
Occupants will be blissfully isolated in maximum comforts offered by the Brabus V-Class
TV series Pimp My Ride showed that a car could never have too many screens. In one of the show’s episodes, a Mercury Cougar with a 32-foot projector screen, in a way, was quite unnatural. However, let’s have a peek at what the Brabus V-Class has to offer to find out a different story.

You can see lavish in-car entertainment inside the Brabus V-Class. Appealing to users is the partition between the driving compartment and the Business Lounge. Featuring a built-in 40-inch TV screen, the partition can be raised and lowered. The screen contains the Brabus Media Centre and the Brabus Cloud. The former controls all media being displayed on the 40-inch TV while the latter facilitates connectivity for smartphones, tablets, and notebooks in a perfect digital and mobile work experience.

Maximum enjoyment in an exclusive atmosphere is a decisive characteristic of the lounge concept. The rear compartment has VIP Business seats with stretchable footrests that can be reclined all the way to a sleeping position. The seats offer a massage function, heating system as well as adjustable lumbar support. The interior is adorned with fine leather, Alcantara, wood or carbon fiber elements.

Occupants can help themselves with snacks and drinks in an integrated fridge. Occupants also benefit from a coffeemaker, a bar compartment, and high-speed LTE router. For privacy, they will be allowed to enjoy undisturbed by things on the outside thanks to the company’s Magic Glass. Those windows can turn entirely opaque to the outside by merely pressing a button. Worth mentioning is that any valuable objects can be protected in an electronic safe.

The car rides on a set of 19-inch Monoblock alloys wheels and features four stainless steel sports exhausts, side air intakes, and a front spoiler. Brabus provides performance enhancements to boost output from the four-cylinder diesel engine capable of 235hp and 510Nm of torque with a top speed of up to 210kph. The Business Lounge pack will be priced at €298,000 (P15.8 million).

Frankly, the Brabus V-Class gives all the creature comforts on board. Interested customers can check it out at the upcoming 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
 
The Brabus V-Class picture

The Brabus V-Class


The Brabus V-Class cabin

You can see lavish in-car entertainment inside the Brabus V-Class

TV screen in a car

Featuring a built-in 40-inch TV screen, the partition can be raised and lowered

The Brabus V-Class cabin

The rear compartment has VIP Business seats with stretchable footrests that can be reclined all the way


The Brabus V-Class cabin

The interior is adorned with fine leather, Alcantara, wood or carbon fiber elements.