Brabus presented the concept of a a performance electric model that develops 435 hp and 3200 Nm and charge five hours to a standard outlet. The tuners from Brabus come in Frankfurt and showed us that they are good at horsepower in an alternative green format. More specifically, they developed a 100% electric version of E-Class W212. Besides talking about an electric model with a drive train developed in-house, this vehicle has performance four-wheel drive. Moreover, Brabus High Perfomance Concept boasts an output of 435 hp and a maximum torque of 3,200 Nm.
To achieve this, the Brabus E-Class has equipped that the four electric motors, one for each wheel. In sport mode, each engine offers 80 kW and 800 Nm. Together, we have 435 hp and 3200 Nm and time 0-100 km / h of just 6.9 seconds. The maximum speed of the model is 220 km / h and batteries of 56 kWh Lithium-ion offers a range of up to 350 kilometers. In NEDC cycle (used for grading all cars sold in Europe) BRABUS model has a range estimated at 240 miles. Suddenly, electric vehicles are more interesting and attractive.
The real achievement of the Brabus is that the model was developed entirely by its own engineers, used to modify Mercedes-Benz models. The vehicle does not emit any CO2 gram during use and boasts an electro-hydraulic braking system with kinetic energy recovery function. Fully charged this model to a standard 220 volt outlet takes five hours, while a quick-charger developed by RWE, coupled to a 380 volt outlet provides a charging time of only an hour and a half.