German tuning house Brabus will present at Geneva the 2012 Brabus CLS.
Interesting is that The 2011 CLS hasn’t even reached dealers yet in the U.S. and German Tuner Brabus already has a selection of parts bound for Geneva that will make the bullet-shaped Benz faster and more aerodynamic.
At the exterior, the 2012 Brabus Mercedes-Benz CLS gets a new front spoiler mounted to the production bumper, new air inlets with LED daytime running lights (available with either dark or chrome surrounds), Brabus sport fenders, Brabus sill skirts, a new Brabus rear apron, a Brabus rear spoiler and Brabus Monoblock wheels ranging from 17 to 20 inches.
The suspensions are of two types, one of which is spring and the other is AIRMATIC. Spring version lowers the body upto 30 mm, creating a firm setting but yet comfortable with BRABUS tuned dampers. The semi-active AIRMATIC version lowers the body upto 35 mm.
Of course, Brabus did not leave the powertrain untouched.
The CLS 250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY model equipped with BRABUS ECO PowerXtra D4 performance kit delivers an additional 31 hp (31 bhp) / 22.8 kW and produces a peak torque of 560 Nm (413 lb-ft). For the CLS 350 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY BRABUS offers the ECO PowerXtra D6S tuning kit. The plug-and-play auxiliary control unit can be installed by any authorized Mercedes-Benz dealer or any BRABUS competence partner in less than 45 minutes.