Externally it looks like most other Sprinter shuttle buses commonly seen on the city-to-airport run, though Brabus has applied its own unique front bumper, grille, 18-inch alloys and badging to give it its own unique flavour.
But inside is where the big differences lie.
Four passengers can sit in comfort in reclinable airline-style seats, reminiscent of those found in business class, with each seat getting a fold-out tray table as well as integrated media screens and a refrigerated bar.
Those needing a caffeine hit are also well-served, thanks to an integrated coffee machine mounted in the rear centre console. Three 220-volt power outlets and eight USB ports are also fitted to keep laptops and tablets running.
There's also a pair of less opulent - though still leather-clad - seats at the very rear of the cabin (after all, your personal assistant/s need to sit somewhere), however these are removable if more luggage space is required.
Other luxuries include alcantara walls and a headliner studded with 2700 individual LEDs, which can illuminate in various patterns and colours.
A specially-designed climate control system was also engineered to cool occupants in an "acoustically unobtrusive" manner.
A 42-inch LCD TV is also fixed to the bulkhead between the passenger and driver's compartment, and the outside world can be connected to via a high-speed LTE wireless broadband link - though motorised curtains will stop outsiders from peering in while you conduct business.
How much? Brabus doesn't say, but with the tuning house able to custom-build almost any feature into its Sprinter-based executive bus, the sky is effectively the limit.