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Brabus refines the Mercedes-Benz S- and E-Class AMG models

Taking AMG a step further.

The Mercedes-Benz experts over at Brabus have designed and unveiled a new set of aerodynamic bodywork for both E- and S-Class models along with their AMG variants. The new aerodynamics gives the luxury sedans a more exclusive look while improving high speed stability. To give each model that true Brabus AMG sound, the German tuner has also developed new exhaust systems for the 6.2-liter and 5.5-liter V-8s.

All of the new components have undergone a thorough design and testing process. Each component was developed using a wind tunnel to ensure downforce can be generated at high speeds. The aerodynamic components are made from either lightweight carbon fiber or PU-RIM plastic to guarantee quality.

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class can be configured with an AMG body styling package from the factory to give the sedan or wagon that extra exclusivity without forking over AMG-model money. These models can be further upgraded with the Brabus Mercedes aerodynamic enhancement kit. The kit consists of a front spoiler lip, a rear diffuser, and trunk-mounted rear spoiler. The diffuser also features two cutouts on either side to make room for the stock exhaust or optional Brabus quad sport exhaust system.

Just like the E-Class, the S-Class can be ordered with an AMG styling package from the factory. The Brabus aerodynamic kit is also made from quality PU-RIM in either body-colored paint or a glossy titanium paint finish. Downforce is generated at the front axle by a spoiler, while the rear is stabilized at high speeds by a trunk spoiler and apron diffuser with centrally-located reflector.

Then there’s the E63 AMG; the bad boy of the E-Class lineup wielding a naturally-aspirated 6.2-liter V-8 hammer. Both the E63 AMG sedan and wagon can be outfitted with a carbon fiber front spoiler lip that fits directly to the stock bumper and custom front apron air ducts. The rear also sports a pair of carbon fiber goodies, with a new spoiler and diffuser generating extra downforce. To top the entire package off, the 6.2-liter’s voice can be unleashed with a Brabus stainless-steel high-performance exhaust system with ceramic-coated tips. The exhaust system features an integrated flap system that allows drivers to choose between a subdued exhaust note and an unrestrained roar with the touch of a button.

The Mercedes S63 AMG also receives the same special Brabus treatment with new carbon fiber bodywork and an unadulterated exhaust. The same special carbon fiber was used for the front spoiler that fits directly on the stock bumper, the trunk-mounted spoiler lip, and rear diffuser. For the twin-turbocharged 5.5-liter V-8, Brabus also offers a stainless-steel exhaust system with cast aluminum ceramic-coated tailpipes and integrated flap system that can be controlled via steering wheel.

Each of the E- and S-Class models can be outfitted in muscular fenders that surround custom Brabus monoblock with diameters of up to 20-inches. Both the naturally-aspirated 6.2-liter V-8 and 5.5-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 can be tuned by Brabus for more power and quicker acceleration. In addition to the exterior and engine upgrades, Brabus will outfit both models with custom-tailored interiors in carbon fiber and wood trims, and soft leather or alcantara.

The Brabus Mercedes-Benz E-Class and S-Class upgrades are currently available from the German tuning company. Pricing has not been released. Components can be ordered as a package or as individual accessories.

Brabus Mercedes E-Class and S-Class AMG Upgrade Gallery

[Source: Brabus]

How would you configure your S-Class or E-Class with the Brabus upgrade packages? Leave a comment and let us know!


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