Famous tuning company Brabus has worked its magic once again, this time around a Mercedes-Benz V-Class.
Brabus has released the first images and details with its modified Mercedes-Benz V-Class. The model in question has received an aerodynamic body kit which is adding a front spoiler, air intake surrounds, optional auxiliary LED lights, a modified rear bumper with the faux diffuser, a four-tailpipe sports exhaust system, 18- and 19-inch Monoblock alloy wheels, some sport springs reducing the ride height by up to 25 mm and several other tweaks which should be just about enough to put some space between it and the standard model.
The cabin of the Mercedes-Benz V-Class by Brabus has received the Alcantara and premium leather upholstery, along with the carbon fiber trim and the wood trim. We can also notice the aluminum door lock pins, the alloy pedals, illuminated sill plates, the high-tech multimedia package with the two 15.6-inch LCD screens, the Blu-Ray player, DVBT receiver, Apple TV and so on. Brabus says that the Mercedes-Benz V250 BlueTEC can be had with the so-called PowerXtra D4 module. This is basically allowing the four-cylinder diesel engine to produce an extra 44 HP (33 kW) and 70 Nm (52 lb-ft) of torque, which is helping the model reach 100 km/h (62 mph) from a standstill in 8.8 seconds and allowing it to go up to a top speed of 210 km/h (130 mph). No pricing details have been announced at this time.