German engineering firm EDAG will be showcasing its new LUV Concept at next week’s Geneva Motor Show, a vehicle that combines the styling theme of luxurious private yachts with the familiar body style of a large SUV. The concept has oiled teakwood on the hood, floors and cargo area, plus an interior fully decked out by BRABUS.

The German tuner was also called upon to prep the LUV's 6.1L engine, which develops 462hp (340kW) and drives all four wheels. Accelerating to 100km/h from rest takes a little over 6 seconds and top speed is electronically limited to 250km/h. BRABUS also provides a set of unique 22in alloy wheels housing huge 380mm discs with 12-piston fixed aluminum callipers up front and 6-piston units biting 355mm discs at the back.

Inside, there’s room for up to five passengers, two UltraMobile PCs integrated into the headrests and keyboards built into neat folding tables. Background lighting makes it possible to work even while travelling at night, which should ensure backseat drivers remain quiet. There are currently no production plans for the LUV, but we’re sure it would lure away many buyers of cars like the Cadillac Escalade or Porsche Cayenne if it ever went on sale.


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