Mercedes GLE 43 Coupe Gets Brabus` Special Power Upgrade

Ever since its founding in 1977 in Bottrop, Germany, the Mercedes-Benz`s high-performance tuning division has been building exceptional models from every single point of view, its projects distinguishing from the rest of Mercedes models with exquisite performance and the latest high-tech mechanics.

One of those hot shots from Mercedes-Benz to receive the tuner`s main ingredients on the body and underneath the skin is the recently unveiled GLE 43 Coupe, the gorgeous model adding some nice styling touches and a mild performance boost.

So you might conclude that this upgrade is not the tuner`s finest, but it does impress us with all the add-ons which make the GLE 43 Coupe more outstanding.

The Brabus` tweaks on this blacked-out Mercedes GLE 43 Coupe comprise bespoke front grille and bumper, new 22-inch alloy wheels, aluminum pedal pads, custom door lock pins, floor mats, adding other cool stuff such as black leather upholstery, heated front seats, panoramic roof, Thermometric climate control, magic vision control, keyless-go, wooden trim, 12.3-inch display with connectivity and so forth.

The car`s main highlight is under the hood, the project adding a fine tune to the standard engine. In the stock form, the GLE 43 Coupe comes with a good 367 horsepower and 520 Nm of torque, while the power kit adds 410 horsepower and 570 Nm of torque.

The model can be purchased in Germany at 120,203 euros, which is quite significant than the stock 76,398 euros.
The sprint from 0 to 100 km/h is now done in 5.4 seconds, which is quite impressive than the regular 5.7 seconds. The top speed is also limited at 250 km/h. You can find out more about the Brabus 43 GLE Coupe in the media gallery below!

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