Customers who select the AMG-Line option when purchasing their new C-Class already get sporty interior and exterior tweaks, but Brabus’ effort takes the look to a new level.
A detachable front spoiler that compliments the existing AMG-Line bumper, a new rear spoiler and a diffuser insert for the rear bumper are all included in the kit, with the diffuser designed to house Brabus’ four-tip exhaust system.
Three alloy wheel packs are available in 18-, 19- or 20-inch diameters, while interior improvements include Brabus-branded alloy pedals, a choice of leather finishes and velour floor mats.
Of course Brabus’ main appeal to Benz buyers is its range of performance enhancing options, and this latest C-Class pack is no exception.
Even in entry-level C 180 guise, customers can order an additional 15kW and a healthy torque boost of 50Nm, taking the four-cylinder petrol engine’s total output to 130kW and 300Nm.
In the C 200, power is lifted by 30kW and 30Nm, giving new totals of 166kW and 330Nm.
The 0-100km/h sprint is trimmed to 8.4 seconds in the C 180 and seven seconds even for the C 200, while top speeds improve to 230 and 242km/h respectively.
A new suspension pack developed in partnership with Bilstein is also on offer, including lower springs (30mm lower) and a control module for vehicles already equipped with Mercedes’ Airmatic suspension.
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