Tuners have started to work their magic on new Mercedes A-Class and among them is A250. The first tuner to make the most out of it is Bottrop based Brabus. They have launched a comprehensive package for the Mercedes-Benz A250. Engineers and designers of this German based tuning company tweaked aerodynamics, engine and interior of the A250. This enhancement package is only available for AMG Line models for now. On the front of tuned Mercedes-Benz A250, it features a two-piece front spoiler. It is designed for lower section of bumper whereas the flaps with raised sides’ aid reduction of front axle lift at high speed.
Two Brabus elements are attached above the two horizontal braces. It is shaped in such a manner that it directs the airstream to the side air intakes in the fascia. The rear sports a sizeable roof spoiler that not only improves aerodynamics but also enhances the look. Several other modifications consist of diffuser look insert at lower end of rear fascia along with quad round exhaust that comes in stainless steel and carbon. Sports exhaust system features actively controlled flaps that offers wide range of exhaust sounds. Changes to the interior of Mercedes-Benz A250 comprise of stainless steel scuff plates with backlit Brabus logo. Additional change includes aluminum pedals and velour floor mats.
Power kit for Mercedes-Benz A250 is available for AWD and FWD and is named Brabus PowerXtra B 25 S. The stock 2.0 liter four-cylinder gasoline engine now offers an additional 46hp and 80Nm of torque. Total output of tuned A250 stands at 267hp and 430Nm of torque. To achieve this improvement, Brabus included retuned boost pressure control, larger ducting to the airbox and reprogrammed ECU new mapping for the injection and ignition. Tuned Mercedes-Benz A250 is now able to accelerate from 0-62mph in 5.9 seconds before hitting electronically limited top speed of 155mph. Power kits for diesel A-Class models are under development.