The interior of this car is pretty much the embodiment of Brabus' expertise in luxury and opulence, refraining no expense when it comes to treating all your five senses. Everything is practically drenched in soft leather, with no less than eleven hides covering the seats from top to bottom, the dashboard, the three-spoke steering wheel, the pillars and the ceiling.
The attention to detail of the Bottrop-workers can be found in almost every element of the interior. The "Brabus" emblem stitches on each headrest, the diamond patterns on the leather floor mats and even the brown-painted carbon fiber inserts with the chequered flag pattern just scream compulsive care from its manufacturers. Our test vehicle was equipped with beige and black softer-than-a-baby's-bottom leather with enough hand-made stitches to eclipse just about any shed-built supercar.
The overall interior space hosts five persons in complete comfort even if they hate each other and can't stand enclosed areas. A small minus is for the driver and front-passenger seats which, although FAR from giving you any claustrophobic symptoms, are a bit more crowded than we would have expected. Don't take it the wrong way, the front seats aren't crammed or anything, they're just very antithetical in space providing compared with the rear bench, considering they were "borowed" from a much smaller car. All in all, we could definitely call the Brabus E V12's interior as home if we could.
All in all, just like we mentioned in th Brabus GLK test drive, to say that the E V12's interior workmanship is top notch would probably be the understatement of the decade. The quality of each handmade stitching, the feel of the leather upholstery, the Alcantara or the look of the carbon fiber checkered flag inserts is simply mind-blowing. We've never seen so much attention to detail, especially since we're technically talking about a tuner car. Continue reading