Granted, what we have here is a rather peculiar thing. One might struggle to make sense Brabus Mercedes V250, or any other tuned van for that matter, because van buyers usually have no concept, or need, of tuning. And if they can afford a Brabus car, why are they getting a van?
Still, cars like Brabus Mercedes V250 cover that very far end of the market where you’ll find wealthy people who want to be driven around in style and comfort but don’t like limos or saloons or SUVs. The leader of a builder’s union, for instance, could be a potential customer for this vehicle.
At any rate, as tuned vans go Brabus Mercedes V250 is quite possibly the ultimate expression of what they can be. Not so much in terms of performance, as it’s based on the 250 diesel version with the D4 kit for 235 PS and 510 Nm of torque, but exterior and interior style.
Front spoiler and grille, side skirts, rear diffuser insert, large tailpipes, privacy glass, and massive Brabus wheels with red lips are the main highlights of this super van’s exterior. Inside the cabin you get acres of plush black leather garnished with red stitching in diamond pattern, illuminated door sills, and fancy floor mats.