Mercedes already loads its S-Class with copious amenities. Drive that bad boy over to Brabus, though, and they'll be glad to add things you didn't have the imagination to consider. The German tuner's latest creation is the Brabus iBusiness, which is an S-Class stuffed with a giant engine up front and a giant load of tech in back.
The rear seats have essentially become plush, open-plan workspaces fitted with all things Apple: two iPads with keyboards, a 64GB iPod Touch, and a Mac Mini in the trunk displayed on a Mac monitor in the Alcantara headliner and controlled via a Magic Mouse. And that's in addition to the monitors mounted into the backs of the headrests. The system is hooked into the car so that the S-Class systems can be ordered about directly from your seatback desk.
Pulling that office along is a 6.3-liter V12 with 750 horsepower and 811 lb-ft of usable torque. What's the bottom line on that? About 3.8 seconds from zero-to-sixty and a top speed of 211 mph. We recommend you type or go for top speed runs because the brunt of 750 horsepower is not good for your words-per-minute. The price? Brabus didn't say, but figure a little less than it would cost to buy Finland. A little.
Gallery: Brabus iBusiness