We always knew Brabus as one of the very special tuners. But it seems that this German tuner doesn’t want to miss the electric cars market too. This company has introduced its Smart EQ. This very limited-edition city car would cost you a bit high. By the way it carries Brabus names.
This Brabus has made a very perfect design on this small vehicle. The sports tailor-made monoblock alloys (16-inch front, 17-inch rear), front spoiler, rocker panels, diffuser, carbon trim, and the tuner’s coil over sports suspension, all of them brought a magnificent look to it.
When it comes to engine performance the maximum out put of this engine can reach to 91 hp and produces 180 Nm of torque. As this car has a number of driving mode, on the “Sport +” mode this Brabus in just 10.9 seconds can accelerate to 100 km/h. the top speed of this vehicle is recorded 130 km/h. this little vehicle uses the battery which is capable of 128 km drive.
This electric car offers four type of driving modes. The “Sport+”, “Basic,” “Eco,” and “Sport”. As sport mode make a quicker throttle response time to go with a reduced energy recovery rate, the “Eco” is used to increase the car’s ability to recover energy. The “Basic” mode has the duty to keep the electric motors in the standard production mode.
Inside of this Brabus a range of red color is used. The main material on the seats is leather. The “Ultimate Ellipse” is on the sight. Brabus has focused on the logo much. You can see it on the both backrests, carbon design trim for the instrument panel and air vents, aluminum pedals, custom scuff plates, black velour floor mats with red Brabus logos, plus various other goodies. Moreover, other features like the air conditioning, radio, and satellite navigation, go on this vehicle as standard facilities.
The costumers could have their special paint finishes too. Also, by demand of them you can have your desired interior upgrades. If you want to have one of these Brabus’s you should act now. Just 50 units of them will be made, and the starting price starts at $55,000 in Germany.