Since not all Brabus-tuned models can be “Rockets”, it’s good to know that the German tuner is looking to hook up just about every Mercedes-Benz customer that’s interested in their work.
Brabus first presented their take on the GLC and GLC Coupe back in February, with available custom bits such as new alloys, new grille, aluminum pedal pads and bespoke floor mats.
However, if you happen to own a GLC Coupe that’s already equipped with Mercedes‘ AMG Line package, Brabus will further boost your crossover’s sporty appeal by adding a rear trunk lid spoiler, custom badges, new wheels and a little more power.
The GLC Coupe depicted here is equipped with the tuner’s B25.2 performance kit, which takes the GLC 250 Coupe to 245 PS and a total of 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque.
This means 0-100 km/h (62 mph) can be achieved in 7 seconds flat, while the top speed is a respectable 227 km/h (141 mph).