2019 Mercedes-Benz A250 Brabus Release Date, Price, Spy Shots, & Redesign – The Bottrop-based upgraded company has released its first interpretation of the premium compact hatch and it is quite a thorough package. Brabus designers and technicians tweaked the vehicle’s aerodynamics, engine, and interior. The augmentation program commences with a new aerodynamic kit that is only available for AMG Line models, for now.
At the front, the package features a two-piece front spoiler made for the lower portion of the creation bumper, although the flaps with increased sides are mentioned to additional decrease front-axle lift at high speeds. Additionally, the two Brabus elements attached earlier mentioned the two side to side braces are shaped to direct the airstream to the side air intakes in the fascia. At the rear, the large roof spoiler enhances equally the car’s aerodynamic balance and visual appeal. Other changes include a diffuser-look put in at the reduced end of the rear fascia and quad spherical exhausts available in stainless steel and carbon. The sports exhaust system features positively controlled flaps, giving a wide range of exhaust notices.
The Brabus Monoblock alloy wheels and the pointier side dresses dominate the 2019 A-Class‘ user profile. The wheels are available with diameters of 17, 18, 19 and 20 inches. The largest available solution is the 8.5×20 wheel, which will come in three exclusive patterns (Monoblock F, R, and T) and is shod with high-performance 235/30 R20 car tires from Continental, Pirelli, and Yokohama. As always, the interior upgrades are a lot more delicate and include stainless steel-steel scuff dishes with backlit Brabus logo, aluminum pedals, and velour floor mats. For these consumers who desire a revamp of the cabin, Brabus can upholster the interior in Mastik leather and fine Alcantara in any color or design.
Performance-wise, the only available power kit available at the second for the Mercedes-Benz A 250 (both in FWD or AWD guise) is the Brabus PowerXtra B 25 S. The stock 2.0-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine gains 46 PS (46 hp) and 80 Nm (59 lb-ft) for a total of 270 hp (267 hp) and 430 Nm (317 lb-ft) of torque – 30 Nm (22 lb-ft) more than the Mercedes-AMG A35. To obtain all those amounts, Brabus fitted larger ducting to the airbox, retuned boost pressure control, and reprogrammed the ECU with new mapping for the shot and ignition. As a final result, the Brabus-tuned A 250 now addresses the to 100 km/h (-62 mph) run in 5.9 seconds and actually gets to an electronically limited top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph).