Brabus rolls out world’s first tuned car to meet the new EURO VI exhaust emission standard
The first car on the surface of the earth to match up to EURO VI exhaust emission standards has just rolled out of Brabus, packing in a Brabus ECO PowerXtra D6S performance kit snuggled inside the all new Mercedes S 350 BlueTEC. The car boasts an additional 55 hp (54 bhp) / 40.5 kW of power with a peak torque of 690 Nm (509 lb-ft), while this is the first tuning kit that met the EURO VI emission standards that will take effect in 2014. The car with the BRABUS tuning managed to stay well below the emissions standards by a good 30%. The maximum power output for these models increases to 313 hp (308 bhp) / 230 kW at a low 3,600 rpm and peak torque grows to 690 Nm (509 lb-ft) and the kit is available for all four body styles of the Mercedes E 350 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY and for the new CLS 350 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY model.
Great work done here by Brabus into giving the Mercedes S 350 BlueTEC a darker shade of green.