With 45 years in the tuning world, Brabus is without a doubt one of the leading tuners out there. Following in the footsteps of the Porsche Taycan Turbo S and Rolls-Royce Ghost earlier this year, Brabus has unveiled its newest creation, the Mercedes EQS electric car.
Inspired by high levels of aerodynamic efficiency and ultra-modern innovation, the Brabus Mercedes-Benz EQS provides aerodynamics improvements of approximately 40% with a carbon air deflector, rear diffuser and rear spoiler.
In addition, with 22-inch Brabus Monoblock M forged wheels, SportXtra suspension model, and top-of-the-line wind tunnel technology, the vehicle’s drag coefficient is increased by 7.2%.
Designed with an open Brabus carbon exterior concept and a “Signature Black” finish, these Brabus EQs come with an all-new sporty look. The aforementioned alloy wheels, which are available in several designs and diameters, are custom-built to align with the wheel bores on the EQS and feature forged “PLATINUM EDITION” rims.
In addition to making the EQS look more aggressive, these wheels also allow for more agile handling, which can be further improved with the plug-and-play Brabus SportXtra module.
Like all Mercedes-Benz models, the Brabus offers many refinement options for vehicle interiors, most featuring exclusive Brabus fine leather treatments. The product lineup includes backlit scuff plates with the Brabus logo, as well as aluminum or carbon pedals, premium floor mats and velor luggage mats.