Brabus Ultimate E or a very “evil” electric carSeptember 14, 2020
Atelier Brabus has presented another version of the previously shown concept Ultimate E. The novelty, which has an electric power plant, boasts 180 Nm of torque, which is enough to sprint from standstill to 100 km / h in 10.9 seconds.
The Brabus Ultimate E isn’t exactly a new product. It was first presented as a concept back in 2017, and two years later a production version of the car was shown. About a year ago, during the Frankfurt Motor Show, Brabus presented a new version of the electrically powered model. The circulation of the novelty was limited to only 23 copies. Today the tuning studio is ready to present another version of the Ultimate E.
The updated model is based on the 2020 Smart EQ ForTwo Cabrio and features improved electric powertrain performance.
Thanks to a reprogrammed torque management system, dedicated dynamics switch and accelerator pedal modules, the electric pocket rocket now offers a peak power of 92 horsepower.
It is important to note that this power is only possible when the Sport + driving mode is selected, one of the four available modes. It unleashes the full potential of the electric power plant – 180 Nm of torque, which is enough to sprint from standstill to 100 km / h in 10.9 seconds. The maximum speed is electronically controlled up to 130 km / h.
The novelty has received a wide-body Brabus Widestar kit. It includes a redesigned front bumper, new fender flares, 18-inch rims with 235/30 R18 tires at the rear, new rocker panels and more. Matching service brakes and a stiffer suspension from Brabus are also part of the updates.
The Ultimate E is presented as a production model and has a starting price of 49,449 euros
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