Brabus B45 or 444-hp version of Mercedes-AMG A45 SJanuary 26, 2021
Tuning studio Brabus has presented a 444-horsepower version of the German hatchback Mercedes-AMG A45 S. The new car has received the designation Brabus B45. In addition to the powerful engine, the car boasts stylish wheels and adjustable suspension.
The famous German tuner presented his new creation, the car was named Brabus B45. As the basis for its new project, the company took the “charged” German Mercedes-AMG A45 S hatchback.
It is worth noting that the very first B45 was introduced about seven years ago as a beefed-up version of the Mercedes-AMG A45, and now Brabus has modified the most modern AMG A45 S.
The hot hatchback already had the most powerful production four-cylinder ever in a production car, but that didn’t stop the German tuner from squeezing even more power out of the 2.0-liter engine.
While the stock AMG A45 S has 416 horsepower and 500 Nm of torque, Brabus has increased those figures to a whopping 444 horsepower. and 550 Nm, respectively. The extra power cuts sprint time by two tenths of a second from 0 to 100 km / h – now just 3.7 seconds.
Brabus hasn’t removed the electronic top speed limiter – it’s still programmed to operate at 270 km / h. The tuner offers a three-year / 100,000-kilometer warranty on its tuning packages.
In addition to the redesigned engine, the B45 sits 30 millimeters closer to the ground than the standard AMG A45 S thanks to its adjustable suspension, complemented by custom 20-inch Brabus Monoblock wheels wrapped in wider Continental tires. The tuner has also made some minor changes to the interior, where the buyer can choose from bespoke leather upholstery, aluminum pedals, velor floor mats and illuminated door sills.
Not so danwo, we wrote that a prototype of the updated Mercedes-Benz C-Class 2022 was captured. Western publications have published photos from the final test series of the updated Mercedes-Benz C-Class. Only the front and rear parts of the car are covered with camouflage. Most likely, the debut of a new “workshop” can be expected in the very near future.
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