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Brabus Shares Photos of Unique Fine Leather Interiors

Here at autoevolution, we love an eclectic mix of photos. Sometimes, we need to make it happen like in our gallery of Skoda wheels, but Brabus did the hard work and prepped several amazing photos to show just how different its Merc projects can be.
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Because we cover just about everything Brabus does, it all becomes blurred into one continues line of 800 horsepower engines and black body kits.

But sometimes, the owners who pay as much as a million euros for their custom AMGs allow for magic to happen. And they should, because Brabus has the most amazing leatherwork you've ever seen.

As you can probably tell, these photos are divided into two vehicles, the S-Class sedan and the G-Wagon daddy of all off-roaders.

Mercedes' designers have a lot of imagination, and their interiors are undoubtedly the best looking in the premium business. But Brabus adds an extra layer of craftsmanship and creativity. For example, they often do the carpets out of the same leather used for the seats. It's like the difference between flying business class and having your own airplane.

And because no production car pays attention to that area, Brabus has to design extra panels that it can cover with quilted leather and then bolt into the place where your knee rests or the side of the tunnel.

Looking at several custom S-Class interiors at once reveals that Brabus uses several quilting methods, ranging from small cubes to a honeycomb look or large diamonds.

Contrasting colors? The German tuners do that too, but not in a way that's tasteless. The same thing can be said about carbon fiber, a modern material that can easily overpower the design.

If anything, Brabus took even more risks with the interiors it did for the G-Class because the S-sedan and especially the Maybach version has an executive car quality. My personal favorite is the one with two tones of gray and acid green piping everywhere. That combination is underutilized by the industry, even though it's more modern than brown and has a better impact than back.

Speaking of impact, you've got to check out the red interior in our gallery. It's not something you forget in a hurry, especially when that colorful leather lines the trunk and the roof of the G-Class.
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About the author: Mihnea Radu
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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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