Brabus Wants €224,910 For This “Conference Lounge” Sprinter

If, for whatever reason, you’re interested in getting the Brabus VIP Conference Lounge experience in a Mercedes Sprinter, you should learn that it most certainly doesn’t come cheap. Not cheap at all.

This “Conference Lounge” Sprinter by Brabus seems to be exactly what its name suggests, a luxurious way to conduct business while on the move. Keep in mind, this van is a little different from the Brabus Business Lounge we saw a couple years back, though both are based on the long-wheelbase version of the Sprinter.

In terms of standard equipment, the Brabus Conference Lounge is pretty well off. It’s got features such as daytime running lights, bi-xenon headlights with cornering light function, adaptive brake light, lane keeping assist, blind spot assist, collision prevent assist, air suspension and heated seats.

What makes it stand out even more though is the Brabus Special Equipment which includes leather and dark gray Alcantara, seat heating for all three rows, Alcantara roof liner, 6 USB ports, Brabus Conference table, custom infotainment system, 2 TVs mounted on the top partition wall, 10″ tablet, high-speed LTE router, media player, Apple TV 4th gen, BluRay Player, passenger air conditioning unit, ambient lighting and a fridge.

The exterior of the van comes with a Brabus front skirt (with DRLs), front grille, wheel arch attachments, logos & lettering, 18″ monoblock wheels, painted bumpers and planking as well as tinted side-markers.

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  • TheBelltower

    That’s some serious coin for a conversion van.

  • BGM

    What? No shower or sauna? Peasants…

    • smartacus

      right?
      at least a Winnebago conversion has a shower, potty, kitchen, couches, full dining table, hi-fi, TV, sleeping berths, etc.

    • Benjamin B.

      It at least has a manual gearbox, so the driver has to concentrate on driving.

  • ejd1984

    I’d be surprised if they get one single customer.

    • TheHake

      The you will be surprised. Big money is spent on these things.

  • Benjamin B.

    I like how this van has a manual gearbox.

    • Le Phacochère

      Nah, it has a 7G-tronic automatic. I first saw an article mentioning this van and drive-train details but with no pictures of what it looks like inside. Other specs are a 3.0l V6 turbodiesel with 140kW and 444Nm (188hp, 327lb-ft) as well as a 90km/hr (56mph) top speed…

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