BRABUS reveals its first ever pick-up. Iconic Mercedes tuning firm, BRABUS, has made its first step into the performance pick-up truck market with a modified version of the new X-Class.
The souped-up truck, based on the X250d model, features distinctive black paintwork, 20-inch ‘BRABUS Monoblock’ alloy wheels and a performance upgrade. On the outside, A BRABUS logo centrally positioned in front of the radiator grille is matched by a distinctive mesh infill, while the front undertray has a BRABUS logos recessed into the moulding. The truck also gets integrated LED side markers and four distinctive tailpipes.
Perhaps the most distinctive feature is the BRABUS light block, though, which features 12 separate LEDs that spread light across the road when the main lights are on full-beam.
The BRABUS D4PowerXtra performance upgrade bumps the output of the 2.3-litre turbodiesel up by 20bhp to 208bhp and the torque by 60Nm to 511Nm.
BRABUS options for the interior include stainless scuff plates and aluminum accessories such as the pedals and footrest, but the highlight is an exclusive BRABUS fine leather interior in any desired colour and a huge number of different upholstery designs.
The company says it is also working on a bespoke BRABUS version of the rangetopping X350d, which will be revealed before the end of the year.