Brabus has unveiled its tuning package for the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class, bringing a hike in power and aggression for the luxury hatch for those who might not want a full-fat AMG-tuned car but still looks the part.
Based on the A250, the Brabus B25 comes with an extra 37kW of power and 80Nm of torque from its 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine for a total output of 199kW and 430Nm.
Thanks to the extra firepower, the B25 rushes from 0-100km/h in just 5.9 seconds, three-tenth faster than the stock model. Top speed remains electronically governed at 250km/h.
As befitting the Brabus badge, the B25 features a couple of new body parts for a more aggressive look, including a front splitter, rear diffuser and carbon fibre rear wing. Brabus says all parts are made from OEM quality PUR material.
The German-tuner has also installed a set of new bi-modal quad exhaust pipes that allows the driver to dial up the noise at the touch of a button.
Brabus also offers a range of new rims ranging from 17-inches to 20-inches in diameter. They are available in three different designs and can be shot with a range of tyre options.