The new generation of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class has been given a fresh touch by the German aftermarket specialists at Brabus.
The 2013 Mercedes-Benz A-Class has been officially presented to the public in its final shape during the 2012 Geneva Motor Show in March and, since then, it was launched in several markets across the Old Continent, where it will arrive in showrooms by the end of this year. The new generation of the A-Class just became even hotter thanks to the guys at Brabus who have slightly modified the premium hatchback.
The model has been fitted with a package of aftermarket goodies like the lowered suspension or the 19-inch alloy wheels designed by Brabus. Additional details on the model are limited but the German tuner says that there is more to come, without giving a few hints, so our guess is that an aerodynamic body kit will be added, more alloy wheel options, custom exhaust systems, interior upgrades and possibly some power kits.
As a quick reminder, the new generation of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class has been priced from just under 24,000 euros in Europe and it’s being produced in Hungary and Germany. The model might be brought to the Paris Motor Show next week too but there is no official word on this yet.
Source: Car Scoop