One of the latest models to have been released by Mercedes-Benz is the CLA. A class made to serve as a lower-class CLS, the CLA was recently targeted by the renowned automotive brand Brabus, which has prepared a tuning program for it.
The car is definitely not as shouty as everything else we usually present, Brabus having reverted to just moderate modifications. It has been tastefully fitted with sports springs and a brand new exhaust system with 4 tailpipes. Future customers are also able to order 18- or 19-inch Monoblock alloy wheels available in five different designs. The German tuners haven’t though released any photos of the car’s interior, which is a bit unfortunate as we’re quite curious about it. Nevertheless, they say customers can opt for a bespoke cabin kit manufactured by the brand’s in-house upholstery workshop.
In addition, this is a Merc that needs some boost – fact! The CLA 250 can be fitted with a PowerXtra kit enabling it to generate a more respectable 245 HP (180 kW) and 385 Nm (284 lb-ft) of torque compared to the stock 211 HP (155 kW) and 350 Nm (258 lb-ft) of torque.