Brabus High Performance 4WD Full Electric E-Class pushes out 430 of electron horsepower


Bradus is known for tuning high performance Merecedes-Benz cars while providing luxury amenities along with it. But this time, instead of a normal tune on a conventional fuel-engine, Bradus has set its eyes on a high performance E-Class electric sedan.

According to Brabus, the High Performance 4WD Full Electric E-Class is equipped with four electric motors, which was supplied by Protean English Electric. Each motor is mounted on each wheel of the E-Class sedan to give a total power output of 430 horsepower, while peak torque is at as staggering 2360 lb-ft. Brabus claims that the High Performance 4WD Full Electric E-Class can sprint from 0-62 mph in just 6.9 seconds and with a top speed of 137 mph.

Energy for the electric motors is provided by a 56-kWh battery pack, which also provides a driving range up 217 miles at a constant speed of 62 mph.

Along with the new electric powertrain, the Brabus High Performance 4WD Full Electric E-Class also receives an aerodynamic styling package, which includes a new front fascia, fenders and side skirts. In addition to the full-electric E-Class sedan, Brabus plans to introduce a station wagon version as well.

Times are changing, and Brabus tuner is changing with the technology in its tuning business. It seems like combustion engines have no place in the future of tuning.