Tuners from Brabus modified Mercedes diesel minivan V-Class. As a result, its price tag soared to the level of 296,4 million euros, which exceeds the cost of racing Porsche 911 GT2 RS.
Known tuning Studio Brabus has circulated a diesel minivan Mercedes V-Class, turning it into a luxurious office on wheels with a price tag of 296 395 euros, equivalent to 332 000. This amount is higher than that of the past would pay for a brand new Porsche 911 GT2 RS. The high performance modified van can not boast. For his performance meets the four-cylinder diesel, forced up to 231 HP
Acceleration to “hundreds” with such power unit will take 8.8 seconds, and its maximum speed is 210 km/h. All this is nothing like those “charged” models, which usually come out of the Studio Brabus.
Appearance business van tuners to redraw did not, slightly modify the individual elements of the exterior, and placing several signboards with the logo workshop. The new product also got 19-inch wheels Brabus Monoblock. In the car adorn the seat of the Brabus from high quality Nappa leather with massage function and memory, and all coasters are equipped with heating and cooling elements. The tuners also took care of an electrically controlled curtains and lights for reading, one for each seat.
In addition, the cabin is a modified Mercedes V-Class appeared USB ports, special RGB lighting, allowing you to set up different lighting scenarios, and also comes with 21.5-inch display connected to the Apple TV and PlayStation 4.
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