Brabus has another hit, this time with the Mercedes-Benz E- and S-Class AMG's.
Brabus is back with a new set of upgrades for the Mercedes E- and S-Class AMG Benzes. The German tuning company combined several performance features with some styling modifications to give both cars a more current look and feel. The designers at Brabus have modified and styled both styles' front lip and added trunk mounted spoilers, as well as the rear diffuser. A carbon fiber option completes those three components with a stainless-steel sport exhaust system.
Brabus utilized a wind tunnel for their design of some new components on both cars. They are meant for fashion and function, as not only do they give the car a sportier look but they reduce lift on both the front and rear axles. Flap Control Exhaust is also available for both the E 63 AMG and S 63 AMG. Optional upgrades include but are not limited to sport front fenders, various Brabus Monoblock wheel sizes topping out at 20 inches and a bespoke interior package. The interior package includes leather and Alcantara with carbon fiber and exotic wood trim elements all available in a multitude of colors and designs.
The engines are also tuned up a bit. As Brabus' specialty, the 5.5-liter V8 Biturbo engine and 6.3-liter V8 fast revving engine are the two highlights under the hood. Having just been released on Tuesday, pricing or availability information is not yet available.