Brabus created the first modified Mercedes to comply with Euro 6 standards

Or, in other news, goodbye speed records and acceleration times fulminant welcome ecology and ridiculous low fuel.

Whether you like it or not, whether you are prepared it or not, the Euro 6 emission standards will be installed in your private life in just three years, somewhere around 2014. Of course, by then you have to move from the old story in 2012, but those from BRABUS already offers a solution for the small inconvenience that will compel you to let silencers softer those carbon emissions.


Called Brabus ECO PowerXtra D6S (you get the idea – ECO!) Performance kit signed by German tuner make this ‘lucky’ Mercedes S350 BlueTec in the world’s first modified car meet the Euro 6 emission standards. Or at least, it boasts those in Bottrop. Short and to the point, however, sedan from Stuttgart now enjoy 313 horsepower and 690 Nm, enough for an acceleration from 0-100 km / h in a respectable 6.5 seconds. Moreover, ECO BRABUS power kit PowerXtra D6S act according to the gear-shifting mode that is set PLUS 7G-TRONIC automatic transmission. More fully, the maximum power ECO mode remains unchanged (the same as the stock version – 258 hp) and torque increases from 620 to 690 Nm, while in Manual and Sport modes of transmission of the torque increase is accompanied by increasing Maximum power (from 258-313 hp).

So, that being said, the future sounds good. And not just for BlueTec Mercedes S350, but the E350 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY models, respectively CLS350 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY.

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