With their take on the Mercedes EQS, Brabus switches directions from tuning Mercedes’ highest-performance engines to electrics. Mercedes’ aerodynamics have been further refined by Brabus, leading to a 7.2% reduction in drag, which allows the vehicle to travel 7% further.
As a result, there is a new front spoiler, carbon air intakes on the side, carbon air deflection elements on the rear wheel arches, a rear diffuser, and a rear spoiler. Aside from the Brabus Monoblock wheels, there is also a Brabus SportXtra module that lowers the ride height of the car.
This combination of the 22-inch Brabus Monoblock M forged wheels and the SportXtra suspension module improves the drag coefficient by 7.2 percent, a result that was perfected through the use of state-of-the-art wind tunnel technology and the typical attention to detail that Brabus is known for.
Additionally, Brabus added brushed stainless steel door sills with illuminated Brabus logos, which match the interior’s ambient lighting luxuriously. BRABUS pedal pads in aluminum, optionally in carbon, floor protectors, and trunk mats in velour or elaborately quilted leather complete the interior ambience. See the tuned Mercedes EQS in our gallery, and learn more about it at Brabus.
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