An automobile tuner just designed the most drag coefficient car ever

Brabus is a German high-performance automotive aftermarket tuning company specializing in Mercedes-Benz, Smart, and Maybach vehicles. The company tuned 2 Porsches and even a Rolls-Royce in 2022.

Now the company is expanding into electric vehicles, after cars and boats.

The EQS 450+ is designed with an exposed Brabus carbon exterior concept and a “Signature Black” finish.

An automobile tuner just designed the most drag coefficient car ever

Brabus Mercedes EQS 450

The new Brabus EQS, based on an EQS450+, doesn’t receive additional power by the tune-up; its rear electric motor still provides 333 PS (329 hp or 245 kW) and 568 Nm of torque.

Brabus has adapted the current design to fit their 20- or 22-inch size wheels, providing a more aggressive stance to match the outlandish rims and subtle body tweaks.

An automobile tuner just designed the most drag coefficient car ever

Brabus Mercedes EQS 450 side

Tweaks to the vehicle’s air suspension have brought the EQS 450+ closer to the road by 0.6 inches (15 mm) at the front and 0.8 inches (20 mm) at the rear.

The lowered suspension also helps the vehicle to perform better around corners.

The Brabus tuned EQS features unique front and rear bumpers, side skirts, carbon fiber inserts, and special rims.

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