Brabus has taken the wraps off the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter-based "Business Lounge" at the 2014 Moscow Motor Show.

Brabus has taken the wraps off the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter-based "Business Lounge" at the 2014 Moscow Motor Show.

Those who consider the Mercedes-Benz V-Class is not luxurious enough might want to contact Brabus as they are willing to heavily customize the Sprinter with just about everything that you can imagine. Dubbed the "Business Lounge", it's based on the long wheelbase high-roof Sprinter and can be had with four or six passenger seats.

The Moscow show car features a bulkhead behind the driver's cabin and comes with face-to-face seats which can be fully reclined. All seats benefit from massage function, lumbar support, heating & ventilation and are also power-adjustable with a three-position memory function. The third row of individual seats can be removed when there's a need for more cargo room.

Brabus' Business Lounge comes with two-tone cognac and mocha Mastik leather upholstery with Alcantara on the seat's sides. It also benefits from a genuine wood floor and features a special climate control system with a 10 kW heating output and 13 kW cooling output. This customized Sprinter has received three power-retractable tables, coffee maker, refrigerator, no less than eight USB 3.0 ports and three 220 volt outlets.

Also inside the luxurious cabin are six dimmable reading lights and a 180x90cm LED display incorporated into the headliner featuring no less than 2,700 color LEDs showing 12 different animations. The list of amenities goes on with a Brabus Media Center including among others a 42-inch Full HD TV, 10-inch display built into the center console, Internet connectivity with LTE support, PlayStation 4, Blu-ray player, on-board hard drive, 1,200-watt Dolby surround sound system and a four-channel surround view camera.

On the outside the changes are less significant but we do notice a restyled front bumper with built-in LED daytime running lights while at the back there are two exhaust pipes. Also new are the custom fender flares creating enough room for the 18-inch nine-spoke alloys which come with Continental 255/55 R18 tires.

Brabus hasn't disclosed pricing details but they did say the Business Lounge will be built to order.

Gallery: Brabus Business Lounge debuts at Moscow Motor Show