So why are they different? Well, Brabus has one kit for the regular lines and another for people who have already ordered the AMG Sport Package. Unless we are mistaken, the wagon in the photo gallery features this, which already has an aggressive body kit. Brabus then added subtle chin spoilers at the front and the back, while improving the stance with 20-inch larger wheels and lowered suspension. Also new are the Brabus logos, which have replaced any Mercedes symbol, take over the identity of the car.
The silver sedan, meanwhile, doesn't have the AMG package. You can tell by the shape of the upper grille, which doesn't have a big badge in the middle either. Brabus really went to town on this car, adding a spoiler, new air intake trim, rear skirt and spoiler. Most people will hate that front end, but then most people would tune the regular C-Class either.
You might find that there is also a black sedan in our gallery. That one is the C450 AMG, powered by a twin-turbo V6 engine that rivals the Audi S4. It too features the front spoiler and a Brabus logo that sits in the middle of the starburst grille. For the wheels and exhaust, they went with something a little more old-school.
Brabus will also offer some bolt-on power packages for most of the C-Class' engines. For example, the 211 hp 2-liter turbo engine has been pushed by them to 245 hp without strain while the 177 hp diesel can make 210 hp and 410 Nm (302 lb-ft) of torque. For the C 450/ C43 AMG models, the company can boost the output from 367 PS to 410 PS and 570 Nm of torque.