The car industry is on new paths, which means drivers can’t be far behind. We don’t expect Brabus, though, where the power range is 900 hp supercar tune called “Superblack” – was among the first to improve Brand convert. The German regulator created a tights for Mercedes-Benz battery operated EQS 450 focus on scope instead of power. The sedan’s 355 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque are unchanged. Brabus says the estimated range of 380 to 457 miles on the European WLTP cycle improved by up to 7% at speeds between 60 and 87 mph. With a long freeway, that could mean a sane extension in the 407 to 489 mile range.
Improvements to the bodykit include a new front spoiler and new side intakes, wheel arch spoilers, a new deck spoiler and a reshaped rear diffuser. Brabus engineers also programmed the sedan’s air suspension to drop 0.6 inches at the front and 0.8 inches at the rear, and bolted it on Brabus’ 22-inch Monoblok wheels wrapped in 255 tyres. /35 front and 295/30 tires at the rear. That’s a huge leap over stock, both in wheel size and tire width. At the European show floor, the EQS 450 sits on 19-inch wheels with 235/55 rubber all around. As with all Brabus things, customers have options when it comes to wheels, but we find switching to a set of 10-spoke tuning rims will suit some.
The base sedan is priced at €111,134 before options are available in Germany. Brabus charged €173,890 ($178,378) for its version, which is now open to pre-orders.