Mercedes A Class W176 by Brabus

7 Nov 2012 4:31 pm | Cars, Mercedes-Benz

One of the most famous tuning firms intimately tied to Mercedes-Benz, Brabus, has recently unveiled details and photos regarding a new upgrade package for the brand new Mercedes-Benz A-Class. The W176 has just been released in Europe, thus this package is quite a surprise in terms of timing. The program has been released ahead of its original world premiere, due to take place at the 2012 Essen Motor Show in Germany during the month of December.

Inside the car, Brabus provides a series of upgrades ranging from a completion of the ex-factory leather upholstery to a state of the art interior fully upholstered in leather or Alcantara, alongside a plethora of brand new trim parts.

As for the exterior, the Germany based brand has presented a package of aerodynamic parts for both the regular and the AMG versions. For the AMG Sport versions, Brabus provides a front spoiler, rear fascia insert which resembles a diffuser, rear spoiler and one off, special trims for the lower corner air vents.

In addition, they are ready to provide a wide selection of alloy wheels, ranging between 17 and 19 inches in diameter. The 19 inch ones will be wrapped in 255/30 R 19 high performance tires at the rear. In addition, their packages include sports springs which can lower the car by almost 25 millimeters and quad tailpipe exhaust systems.

According to Brabus, they are putting together performance upgrades personalized for both the diesel and gasoline variants of the brand new A-Class Mercedes-Benz, but they are constantly under development. We’ll provide you with more details as soon as Brabus releases any.