New BRABUS B30, Star Model Unveiled

New BRABUS B30, Star Model Unveiled

The new Mercedes C-Class and C-Class Estate have been transformed into the BRABUS B30 by the external trainer par excellence for star models. A highly intriguing option for some gasoline and diesel models that do not reach the extremities of the AMG.

The new Mercedes-AMG C 43 has already been released to the public. It is the first of the two sports versions of the star brand to provide really wild performance, albeit not as much as the AMG C 63, whose debut is being promoted.

BRABUS was the first tuning company to modify the C-Class, delivering a more aggressive appearance and sufficient performance to warrant consideration of the AMG models. The resulting vehicle is known as the BRABUS B30, and both the sedan and the family car are produced with a unique package that adds sportiness. The “AMG Line” grille with several chrome stars remains, but the star has been replaced with the second vowel of the alphabet, the coach’s insignia.

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BRABUS B30 enhanced gasoline and diesel output

The bumper has been revised to include two thin LED slats set horizontally in the bumper’s massive air intakes, as well as discrete fins at the bumper’s ends. BRABUS has replaced the rear bumper with a new one that has a diffuser in the middle, four-round exhausts grouped in two pairs, and a stunning spoiler on the trunk lid edge of the sedan.

Those of Bottrop have also reduced the height of the body to the ground by 30 millimeters, as well as added forged alloy wheels, a costly option that may be foregone in favor of more traditional wheels. Thanks to lighted sills with trim strips and a color-changing BRABUS emblem, metal pedals, customized floor mats, and carbon fiber details, the interior ambiance is additionally elevated.

The BRABUS B30 is available in both gasoline and diesel engine configurations, which is where the true excitement resides. The C300 4MATIC and “C300 d” get a substantial increase in power, with the former gaining 42 CV to reach 300 CV, allowing it to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in under 5.8 seconds. In the diesel, the increase is somewhat more, 45 CV, bringing the total to 310 CV and cutting the acceleration time by two tenths, to 5.6 seconds for both the saloon and the family model.

410 horsepower, 570 pound-feet of torque, and a peak speed of 280 kilometers per hour – these are the essential specifications of the Mercedes C 450 AMG 4-Matic after it has been modified by the Brabus tuning school.

Brabus expands its selection of performance improvements for the new Mercedes C-Class with the inclusion of control unit B30-410. The tuning package for the three-liter V6 turbo gasoline engine adds 43 horsepower and 50 Nm of torque. The normal performance of 367 horsepower and 520 Newton-meters of torque improves to 410 horsepower and 570 Newton-meters.

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Mercedes C-Class is capable of 280 km/h.

The C-Class car accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in 4.6 seconds after the power boost. With the performance upgrade’s Vmax release, the peak speed jumps from 250 to 280 kilometers per hour. Brabus provides a three-year or 100,000-kilometer warranty on performance upgrades.

The Mercedes C 450 AMG 4Matic may, of course, be visually enhanced. The sports exhaust system from Brabus consists of four tailpipes and flap control. New front and back aprons and a rear spoiler improve the aerodynamics. Brabus installed 19-inch tires in the wheel arches, which were manufactured specifically for the 4-Matic model. The front tires are 225/40 and the rear tires are 255/35.

As is typical with Brabus, the inside of the C-Class may also be enhanced. Numerous specific additions, such as aluminum pedals, velour floor mats, and door sills with an illuminated emblem, are available via the program. Of course, exquisite leather may also be used to line the inside. Additional highlights are established using carbon or precious wood treatments.