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Brabus “iBusiness 2.0”

Whoever was skeptical about how is even possible to do business without an office, only by being in a car, has to review his opinion: nowadays, technology makes everything possible, even to have a some kind of a “rolling” office, a.k.a. a Mercedes Benz S-Class equipped with all the devices a businessman should need while being on the road. The conversion result: a Brabus “iBusiness 2.0″.

The entire multimedia system is based on the new Apple iPad 2. The tablet computer, integrated into the rear compartment of the Mercedes S-Class, controls on-board entertainment and the high-speed Internet connection. In addition, Brabus have developed an application that integrates the iPad2 into the on-board electronics system and enables it to control all functions of the S-Class comand system from the rear seats. The car has also cameras integrated, which make the “iBusiness 2.0″ system suited for video conferencing too.

Well, a Mac Mini is mounted inside the trunk, connected with a 15.2-inch TFT display that can be used too as auxiliary display for the two iPad 2s mounted in the tables from behind the two front seats. Apple Bluetooths keyboard, WiFi network, a 64-gig Apple iPod Touch in the rear center console, Sennheiser Noise Gard headphones and hundred of channels provided by the wireless DVBT television receiver – are just some of the options available on the standard Mercedes S-Class.

To get the perfect business car in your mind, to all those technological features you should add a 800 horsepower and 1,047 pound-feet of torque pulled from the twin-turbocharged V12, shuttling the S to 60 mph in 3.9 seconds and on to an electronically-limited top speed of 219 mph.

We think this car is likely to leave any businessman speechless with its features and technical devices that offer a solution to any professional necessity, which is absolutely great.

Do you think there are some others necessary options that this car is missing? Is it really totally useful to businessmen?

[Source: Autoblog]