Is Brabus a part of Mercedes?
Brabus GmbH (stylized in uppercase in its logo) is a German high-performance automotive aftermarket tuning company founded in 1977 in Bottrop (Ruhr area). Brabus is the largest Mercedes-Benz tuner after Mercedes-AMG, which has been a Daimler AG subsidiary since the 1990s.
What is the difference between a Brabus and a Mercedes?
While both deliver plenty of upscale features and heart-pounding performance, they are very different. For starters, AMG® is the racing-inspired Mercedes-Benz performance line, while Brabus offers aftermarket tuning and restoration.
What’s the meaning of Brabus?
Definition. BRABUS. Brabender and Buschmann. Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved. Want to thank TFD for its existence?
How does the Brabus work on a Mercedes Benz?
The two-piece BRABUS front spoiler is designed to bolt to the lower section of the production fascia. The flaps with raised sides play their part in further reducing front-axle lift at high speeds. The two BRABUS elements attached above the two horizontal braces are shaped to direct the airstream optimally to the side air intakes in the fascia.
What kind of wheels do Mercedes Benz a class use?
BRABUS Monoblock alloy wheels increase the fascination exuded by the new A-Class and give the car even more agile handling. To this end, the BRABUS suspension engineers and test drivers developed tailor-made tire/wheel combinations with diameters of 17, 18, 19 and 20 inches.
How big are the wheels on a Brabus?
Attractive aerodynamic-enhancement components in OEM quality, in concert with BRABUS Monoblock wheels with diameters of up to 20 inches, lend the compact car an even more distinctive outfit.
Is the Brabus PowerXtra available for the Mercedes a class?
The BRABUS PowerXtra B 25 S performance upgrade is available for all current A 250 models with front-wheel drive or 4MATIC all-wheel drive. BRABUS PowerXtra options for the turbodiesel models of the revised A-Class are in the development phase.