Brabus goes to work on 2010 Merc E-Class

Brabus goes to work on 2010 Merc E-Class

Brabus E-class fq

For those fat-cats who must have the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class but can’t wait for the AMG version, tuning house Brabus has something to offer. The German firm has just launched its new program for the redesigned luxury sports sedan, the highlight of which is an enlarged 6.1-litre version of the V8 found in the E550 that now produces 462 hp compared to the standard model’s 382 hp.

Brabus has done more than the motor, fitting an aero package to the new E-Class that replaces the front bumper with a new design that reduces lift and incorporates fashionable LED daytime running lights and fog lamps. The exterior also features new vents in the guards, rocker panels, a spoiler and low rear bumper with a pair of chrome tailpipes. The entire look is rounded out by new Monoblock rims that can be fitted in sizes up to 20 inches.

Additional performance hardware includes an upgraded braking system with larger rotors and more powerful calipers, an optional limited-slip differential and Brabus-tuned sport exhaust. Optional interior equipment includes illuminated Brabus sill plates, a sports steering wheel and complete replacement alcantara leather interiors.

Brabus E-class fq

For those fat-cats who must have the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class but can’t wait for the AMG version, tuning house Brabus has something to offer. The German firm has just launched its new program for the redesigned luxury sports sedan, the highlight of which is an enlarged 6.1-litre version of the V8 found in the E550 that now produces 462 hp compared to the standard model’s 382 hp.

Brabus has done more than the motor, fitting an aero package to the new E-Class that replaces the front bumper with a new design that reduces lift and incorporates fashionable LED daytime running lights and fog lamps. The exterior also features new vents in the guards, rocker panels, a spoiler and low rear bumper with a pair of chrome tailpipes. The entire look is rounded out by new Monoblock rims that can be fitted in sizes up to 20 inches.

Additional performance hardware includes an upgraded braking system with larger rotors and more powerful calipers, an optional limited-slip differential and Brabus-tuned sport exhaust. Optional interior equipment includes illuminated Brabus sill plates, a sports steering wheel and complete replacement alcantara leather interiors.

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