Brabus, most well known for its Mercedes-Benz tuning programs, has announced that it will be joining a new industry: customization of private jets.
For over the past 35 years, Brabus has been providing tailor-made cars with a recent focus on businesses that clearly inspired its new Private Aviation program. Having been customizing customers’ yachts and vehicles for so long, it seems almost natural that Brabus would turn its attention to private jets around the world.
Most of its custom-tailored programs will be for the cabins of brand-new executive jets, but Brabus has no issues redesigning and customizing aircrafts that are already in operation. Attention is paid to making jets more business-friendly, but most importantly, more luxurious.
Two design lines will be on display at the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition on May 14-16 in Geneva, both of which can be used as a starting point for cabin design and customization. One is called ‘elegance’ which clearly focuses on luxury, while the other is titled ‘sportive’ which is of course, more sporty.
“The exclusive customization of aircraft by the new BRABUS PRIVATE AVIATION business division is the logical evolution of the product portfolio for us,” explains Prof. Bodo Buschmann, CEO of the Brabus Group. “A number of customers already asked us in the past to trim their yachts to fit their personal taste and there also have been repeated requests for custom-tailored Brabus interiors for private jets. That’s why in addition to our marine division we now also have the Brabus Private Aviation business division.”
Interested parties should be aware that Brabus will be more than happy to make any dream come true if you have the money. Its long line of expertise with vehicle customization will surely make some private jet owners quite happy.