The Mercedes in-house tuning company Brabus has just released its vision on how to hype up the latest E-Class. It is an “exclusive refinement program”, that integrates the company’s Monoblock wheels, suspension wheels and interior customization options.
Redesigned bumpers, a new front spoiler both for the Exclusive and the Avantgarde models and a lower front axle are part of the program. The wide body kit comes with surrounds for the side air intakes and a Brabus rear bumper insert with an air diffuser look with cutouts at each end in order for the quad chrome-plated exhaust pipes to erupt from under the car.
The AMG Line model gets Brabus-made spoiler attaches to the lower part of the standard bumper, with outter ends particularly restyled for a more dynamic and sportier look. For the same variant, the rear diffuser features three vertical fins to optimise airflow. The Brabus E-Class runs on Monoblock wheels with sizes ranging from 18 to 21 inches.
There are also Bottrop sport springs available, lowering the ride height by 30 mm. A special module can be fitted in the models that come with the Air Body Control air suspension.
The PowerXtra B20 tuning procedure boosts the power of the 4-cylinder turbo engine powered E 200 from 184 HP and 300 Nm to 225 HP and 330 Nm. Meanwhile, the D6 kit used for the E 350d spices things up by 51 HP and 100 Nm, up to a peak torque of 720 Nm. Equipped as mentioned, the diesel variant runs from 0 to 100 km/h in just 5.7 seconds.
The E 43 AMG model is privileged as it can get actively controlled exhaust flaps, which allow altering the exhaust soundtrack at the touch of a button.
Brabus provides customizing options on the interior as well, with the backlit Brabus logo in 64 colors, same as the ambiental lighting system of the standard car, aluminium pedals and door pins and Brabus Mastik leather together with Alcantara in any possible color the demanding customer might dream of.