Brabus usually tunes only the biggest, most luxurious Mercedes Benz models. So it’s quite an occasion when they come up with a package for a smaller car.
Here’s what they have in store for the new Mercedes B-Class. It transforms the little B from a boring family hatchback that it is, into a mean and sporty machine with a killer look.
Unfortunately, there’s no performance package available right now. The BRABUS ECO PowerXtra performance kits for the direct-injection gasoline and diesel engines are in the final stages of development. But you do get a superb styling kit.
The body is tastefully garnished with an aero package consisting of a front spoiler lip, and a revised rear fascia with four tail pipes. The car is also lowered by 30mm and fitted with Brabus wheels. That’s where things get a bit complicated, because there’s a wide range of options for you to choose from.
Five different designs are available: In the largest version with a diameter of 19 inches the Monoblock E, F, Q and S wheels have been homologated in size 8.5Jx19. And they can be fitted with Continental, Pirelli or YOKOHAMA tires.
For the interior, bi-color stainless-steel scuff plates with BRABUS logo and luminum door lock pins and pedal pads are currently available to order.
Brabus 2012 Mercedes B-Class,