German tuning studio specializing in engine and body tuning unveils B25 SUV based on Mercedes-Benz GLB for almost $ 100,000
Last summer, the tuners from Brabus “pumped” the Mercedes-Benz GLB in the 250 specification. The Germans not only traditionally modernized the engine of a premium SUV, but also worked on the exterior and interior, as well as reconfigured the suspension.
This particular car is today put up for sale on the company’s official website for $ 95,000. Previously, it was estimated at 12 thousand more. At the same time, such a price list can hardly be called small: the new GLB 250 4Matic costs a little more than $ 40,000.
The tuned SUV has a special designation B25. Its main distinguishing feature is the darkened finish. The radiator grille was redesigned, the bumper was equipped with vertical inserts in the side air intakes, and there was a place for LED lights on the roof. The SUV is shod with branded 20-inch alloy wheels.
Inside you will find custom door sill covers, pedal covers and floor mats.
The two-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine produces 270 hp. and 430 Nm of torque. With the performance kit installed, the increase was 46 hp. and 80 Nm compared to the standard GLB 250 4Matic. Up to a hundred such a “pumped-over” SUV will accelerate in 6.6 seconds, and its maximum speed is 240 km / h.
According to Brabus, the average fuel consumption is 7.4 liters for every hundred kilometers traveled, and carbon dioxide emissions reach 168 g / km.
Earlier, AutoTimesNews said that the German tuning studio Mansory added power and style to the updated Bentley Bentayga. The crossover is eye-catching with its laconic dark palette of carbon-fiber décor and subtle bright accents.