The Sickest Mobile Office in Town (10 pics)

Integrating the latest products from Apple into a Mercedes-Benz S-Class, I present to you the Brabus iBusiness, the sickest mobile office in town.

With a twin-turbocharged 6.3-liter V12 that produces 750 horsepower and 995 pound-feet of torque, the car itself is a beast. But the most unique thing about this car is its interior, mainly the rear accommodations.

In addition to the cushy leather seats, the rear compartment is stocked with two Apple iPads, two seat-mounted multimedia screens, a 64GB iPod Touch, and a 15.2-inch headliner-mounted Mac display. Not only can these products be used for personal use, but the two iPads also control the car’s command system, encompassing the radio, navigation, and telephone systems. The whole Apple setup is powered by an ultra-small Mac Mini in the trunk that is housed in an electronically deployed drawer.

via autoblog



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