Brabus refines the Mercedes-Benz GLA


After working on the A-Class and CLA, Brabus has now officially unveiled its version of the largest member in this family – the GLA-Class. It looks great, really,…and have some extra power!

The new styling elements are available in Standard, Style and Urban specifications and lend this small SUV to exciting off-road looks. All components are manufactured in OEM quality from high-grade PUR plastics.

On the front, the GLA has received a more aggressive bumper with tapers off on both sides like an additional front spoiler. Also, the Brabus engineers have developed a concealed LED lighting system that is activated with the keyless remote or by pulling on a door handle.

At the back, Brabus has installed a roof-mounted spoiler, a sporty bumper and a quad sport exhaust system manufactured from stainless-steel. Raised or lowered? Brabus offers both options for the GLA-Class. Suspension engineers have developed a suspension kit that raised the ride height of the GLA by about 30 mm. For even more dynamic handling in on-road operations there are also sport springs that lower the ride height by about 25 mm.

Exclusive appearance is rounded with Brabus alloy wheels. The lineup of tailor-made tire/wheel combinations ranges from 18 to 21” in diameter.The largest option available for the GLA features forged Brabus ”Platinum Edition” 21” wheels. Customers have a choice of two distinctive designs, Monoblock F and R.

The GLA 220 CDI is now delivering 40 hp more than the standard version. With a power output of 155 kW (210 hp) and a 410 Nm of torque, the agile diesel model sprints from 0–100 km/h in just 8.0 seconds. Top speed increases to 220 km/h.

Brabus also offers numerous refinement options for the interior. Bi-color stainless-steel scuff plates with Brabus logo available with optional lighting, aluminum pedals, door-lock pins and Brabus Race aluminum shift paddles. Interior top-offer is fine Mastik leather and Alcantara in any desired color.

Enjoy!

 

Photos: Brabus

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