Brabus 92R or a very “angry” city car

Brabus 92R or a very “angry” city car

March 24, 2021 0 By autotimesnews

Tuning studio Brabus has worked on the electric Smart EQ ForTwo. A total of 50 copies of the novelty will be built. Thanks to the increased power, the electric car will be able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 10.9 seconds.

Brabus is no stranger to mods from Smart cars, and the atelier’s latest project is once again revamping a small city electric car. This time, the tuning specialists have taken the Smart EQ ForTwo Cabriolet as their basis, giving it exclusivity and more power.

The so-called Brabus 92R is described as a “supercar for the city” thanks to its new redesigned Sport + driving mode, which increases peak power to 92 horsepower (180 Nm). The atelier promises an almost silent sprint from 0 to 100 km / h in 10.9 seconds, while the top speed will remain unchanged at 130 km / h.

Brabus says the extravagant exterior has aerodynamic features, while the center front spoiler and new rockers add new contrasting elements to the exterior design.

The entire front fascia has been redesigned to match a sportier appearance, while a new diffuser has been added to the rear to complete the visual enhancements.

The interior of the two-seater electric car is finished in exclusive red leather with black stitching and Brabus logos on the backrests. The soft top of the electric convertible has the same color scheme.

The car also received a new sports suspension with coilovers, which was designed and calibrated for the specific wheel / tire combination of the car and its weight. Brabus promises that the tuned suspension provides “an outstanding combination of agility, handling safety and ride quality.”

Brabus plans to build a total of 50 examples of the 92R, each with a base price of 46,284 euros or 4,154,336 rubles. at the current exchange rate.

e so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that a pickup truck Mercedes-AMG G63 from Brabus appeared on sale. At the beginning of the year, the Brabus studio showed a project called the Brabus 800 Adventure based on the Mercedes-AMG G63 pickup.