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Brabus Opens Dubai Division

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Brabus has just announced that it is further expanding its global network with a branch in Dubai. The new state-of-the-art tuning center of Brabus Middle East LLC is more than just a sales center, as it also features its own modern workshop where factory-trained specialists can perform all vehicle refinement operations. The division also features a company upholstery shop and a large parts warehouse that supplies the entire Arab world with the specialist tuning components.

“The founding of Brabus Middle East lets us serve the Arab market, which is one of our most vital mainstays, even better in the future,”
explains Prof. h.c. Bodo Buschmann, CEO of BRABUS Group. “This strategic investment once more demonstrates the exemplary role we play for the entire tuning industry. This step benefits not only our retail customers but also our trade partners in the region, which we can now supply even faster with Brabus tuning.

The headquarters houses a large showroom where the trained sales staff presents the entire Brabus model lineup and the exclusive tuning program, including the Brabus 700 Biturbo Widestar, the ultimate evolution of the Mercedes SLS gullwing, and the tuning versions of the Mercedes SUVs.

This covers everything from customized G-, GL-, GLK- and M-Klasse models to the to more extreme examples. Brabus Middle East in Dubai not only sells these exclusive high-performance automobiles, but it also offers special VIP services for their owners.

The team located in Dubai is comprised of German and local specialists that supply the discriminating clientele with new vehicles and parts. In addition, the Brabus factory-trained technicians and upholsterers operate in a modern workshop where they can install all of the latest tuning components and perform all scheduled maintenance.

 
 
 
 
 

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