Mercedes GLE And GLS Discreetly Modified By Brabus
Brabus offers new modifications for the latest GLE-Class and GLS-Class that comprise of revised bodywork and big wheels.
The GLE gets a revised front fascia with enhanced air intakes and modified lighting that comprises of courtesy lamps that glow when the owner comes near the vehicle or when someone pulls the door handle. At the back, Brabus provides a new roof spoiler with a more bold shape. The company provides wheels measuring up to 23 inches in diameter.
Mechanically, Brabus already has power enhancement for the diesel-powered GLE-Class. PowerXtra D30 for the GLE 300d increases power to 302 horsepower (225 kilowatts) and 509 pound-feet (690 Newton-meters) from the stock 255 hp (190 kW) and 457 lb-ft (620 Nm). The PowerXtra D40 for the GLE 400d provides 365 hp (272 kW) and 553 lb-ft (750 Nm).
For suspension tuning, there's a module for the Airmatic suspension that lowers the height of the ride by 0.98 inches (25 millimeters).
Brabus' modifications for the GLS-Class are very much the same as that of the GLE-Class, including the availability of the PowerXtra D40 tuning pack and the Airmatic suspension module. There's also the revised front bodywork that has the courtesy lights in the front fascia. The new roof spoiler has a different design than the one available for the GLE, and it seems like a small lip on the upper edge of the hatchback. The company provides aftermarket wheels measuring 24 inches in diameter.