More and more automakers are shifting towards electric cars, and recently the tuner for Mercedes Benz, Brabus, set its focus on the EQC. The Brabus Mercedes Benz Edition retains a majority of the fresh from the factory styling features, but a new design feature has been added. The EQC comes with a custom wrap pattern that imitates that of a circuit board. Although an extensive aerodynamic kit is underway from Brabus they released a rear spoiler for the sports utility vehicle.
In sports mode the all new E-PowerXtra kit combined with the twin electric motors powered by an 80 kW lithium-ion battery now delivers an output of 422 horsepower and 560 lb-ft of torque. The setup allows the auto-accelerate to go from 0 to 62 mph in just 4.9 seconds. Although the top speed of the EQC remains 112 mph, it is still 2 seconds quicker than the stock variant in terms of acceleration.
Along with all the performance and design upgrades a special treat for the drivers comes in the form of an E driving mode offered in the package from Brabus. The mode allows the EV to decelerate significantly as soon as the driver’s foot is lifted off the accelerator. It lessens the usage of the brake pedal and can come in handy when you’re stuck in traffic.
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