German tuner Brabus has gone and prepared an extensive upgrade package for the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate AMG. I’m not saying it’s ugly, I’m just saying it’s a bit odd to go for an estate Merc; don’t you agree? On an aesthetic level, Daimler’s compact wagon has received a sportier front spoiler add-on painted in titanium gray, as well as a diffuser-look rear bumper insert.
Also worth mentioning are the tuner’s quad sports exhaust system with chrome tailpipes and that 20-inch set of Monoblock F cross-spoke alloys, wrapped around in 225/35 ZR 20 front and 255/30 ZR 20 rear tires. This particular C-Class Estate AMG Line has also received a sports suspension, courtesy of Bilstein, tailored to low-profile tires. This Mercedes rides 30 mm lower than the standard version, and Brabus is also offering an adjustable coilover suspension and a control module for the versions equipped with the AIRMATIC air suspension.
Power upgrades are also part of the package; depending on the version of your C-Class, you’ll get somewhere between 21 to 31 hp and 30 to 50 Nm of torque extra, compared to the factory version. Other goodies available include velour floor mats, various leather and Alcantara upholstery options, aluminum pedals and custom speedometers going all the way up to 340 km/h (211 mph).