Aftermarket tuning specialist Brabus has revealed its latest seating modification for the Mercedes-Benz G-Class SUV.
Brabus interior designers have replaced the stock seat bench with two bucket seats that offer several comfort features such as multi-contour adjustment and integrated seat ventilation and heating.
Between the two rear seats is the new Brabus center console, developed for the current G-Class and covered with the same leather as the rest of the interior. The top of the center console has been fitted with a 4.3in Brabus Touch Control Panel, which in standby mode shows a clock with a Brabus 800 illustration. In addition to controlling various seat functions in the rear, this innovative controller also operates the front passenger seat for more legroom.
This panel also provides access to the standard-fit COMAND system of the G-Class to be able to turn the sound system up or down, or mute it altogether. The Starry Sky headliner and overhead reading lights can also be controlled using the device.
Another important feature of the modified center console is the integrated strongbox, which only opens after entering a code on the Brabus Touch Control Panel.