The B30 and D30 aren’t just faster, they look more aggressive too. Brabus developed new bodywork using OEM quality materials to create a factory appearance. The body kit includes front spoiler corners to reduce front-axle lift at high speeds and a rear spoiler to reduce rear-axle lift, improving overall stability.
Special Brabus quad tailpipes and monoblock wheels complete the transformation, giving these cars a special edge over a standard C-Class with the AMG Line styling kit. Buyers can opt for wheels ranging from 18 to 20 inches, including the 19-inch monoblock Z alloys pictured here. These cars also sit a bit lower to the ground, between 0.8 and 1.2 inches depending on the model, with Brabus sport springs. Inside, Brabus offers special touches like aluminum pedals, high-branded mats, and even custom leather interiors.
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