Brabus have released the first pictures of their new kit for the Mercedes M-Class, it’s called the Brabus Widestar. In the kit they’ve included a set of 23-inch forged wheels, some suspension modifications to improve the handling and power tuning for the entire engine range of engines.The styled fenders add an extra 5cm to the width of the ML and the airsprung suspension means you can lower it by up to 30 millimeters (1.2 inches).
The bodykit kit for the ML includes new fender flares and rocker panels, giving it a low, spoty stance. The rear bumper integrates new exhaust tips, and a new front spoiler adds four daytime running lights. The 23inch ‘footballer esque’ light alloy wheels, Three-piece BRABUS Monoblock E wheels to give them their full name, hide a new set 12-piston aluminum fixed caliper brakes on the front and six-piston fixed calipers on the rear.
To the engine modifications, the headline figures for the petrol range is 542bhp for the 6.2litre ML63 AMG followed closely by the 456bhp ML500 and the 283 bhp ML350. Whereas the diesels range from the ML280 CDI with 238bhp to the ML320 CDI with 268 bhp and the V8 ML420 CDI with 345 bhp.
Interior options include stainless-steel scuff plates with an illuminated Brabus logo, a new sport steering wheel, leather-covered doors, a fully leather interior and various carbon-fiber components. They don’t stop at that either, the front seat headrests each house seven-inch LCD screens with integrated DVD player’s to keep the kids happy.