Brabus Launches Wheels for the New C-Class W205

Mercedes-Benz C 200 With Brabus Wheels 6 photos
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Even before the all-new Mercedes-Benz C-Class W205 had arrived in most European countries, the tuning specialists from Bottrop were hard at work creating special Brabus packages that can make the car go faster and look better.
Until the more powerful Brabus Power Xtra modules, the special bodykits and other similar tuning packages arrive, Brabus has first tailored their usual light-alloy wheels for the new C-Class, and have recently done a small photo session with one of the sets.

Shot in Brabus' own photo studio, which looks not unlike an empty surgery room and has floors that can be eaten from (trust us, we know, ed), the resulting images do nothing but enforce the clean look of the white Mercedes-Benz C 200 W205 as far as we are concerned – both literally and figuratively.

It looks like the set of rims fitted on the car are of the Brabus Monoblock R variety, and if we were to guess we would say that they are probably 19 inch high and finished in “Liquid Titanium smoked”.

Not exactly a bad choice for a white car – or a car with any color, for that matter - but it might have looked a bit less understated if fitted with the Monoblock F models as far as we are concerned.

Currently, apart from the wheels fitted to the car in the images below and the Monoblock F cross-spoke, Brabus only offers the Monoblock Q double-spoke, but we're sure that the wheel specialists from Bottrop are preparing to certify other Brabus wheels as well for the C-Class W205.

The only thing missing is an engine-swap in the usual Brabus style and you've got yourself a sleeper Mercedes-Benz C-Class until the new C 63 AMG variant arrives. How do you like it?
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Alex handled his first real steering wheel at the age of five (on a field) and started practicing "Scandinavian Flicks" at 14 (on non-public gravel roads). Following his time at the University of Journalism, he landed his first real job at the local franchise of Top Gear magazine a few years before Mircea (Panait). Not long after, Alex entered the New Media realm with the project.
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