Brabus gives electric boost to Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4MATIC

German Mercedes tuner Brabus announced a tuning program based on Mercedes-Benz full EV model “EQC 400 4MATIC.”

Brabus has been involved in improving the performance of all Mercedes lineups. The policy remains the same not only for internal combustion engines, but also for electric powertrains. This time around, the update concept of the EQC 400 4MATIC will be presented in the near future.


BRABUS boost is activated when the driver of the EQC 400 selects the “S mode” in dynamic Select Switch “BRABUS Power Extra Electric Performance Upgrade” has been developed.

Maximum torque increased from 760Nm of the base model to 830Nm. At the same time, the maximum system output is increased from 300 kW (408 hp) to 310 kW (422 hp). Driving dynamics have also been greatly improved, and 0-100km/h acceleration has been reduced to 4.9 seconds. However, the maximum speed is limited to 180km/h by the electronic limiter.

In addition, when “E mode” is activated, “one-pedal driving” is provided, in which acceleration and deceleration can be controlled only by operating the accelerator pedal using regenerative braking. This causes the EQC 400 to slow down sharply when the driver releases the accelerator pedal. In daily driving opportunities, brakes are used much less frequently, further improving energy recovery.

The Brabus Power Extra Electric Performance Upgrade is currently in final development and will be available in 20 and 21-inch Monoblock Z wheels , which will be released shortly for the EQC 400.

Brabus designers are also working on a variety of aerodynamic components for the EQC 400 that will further enhance the exterior.

As for the interior, you can enjoy all variations and combinations according to the owner’s preference. The interior is fully customizable, including Brabus aluminum pedals, aluminum door lock pins, backlit scuff plates, and a leather interior specifically developed for the EQC 400.


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