As you probably know, the all-electric Mercedes-Benz EQS sedan claims to be the most aerodynamic production car in the world, boasting a drag co-efficient of 0.20 Cd. The entry-level EQS 450+ variant, for example, claims a WLTP range of up to 764 km (475 mi) in Germany. But as you might also know, Brabus is about pushing the limits, and so, the tuner has come up with a bodykit that claims to improve Cd value by 7.2%, and as a result, also increase the range by 7% on average when driven between 100 and 140 km/h (62-87 mph).
The naked carbon kit includes a front spoiler; inserts for the bumper side intakes; air deflection elements at the front of the rear wheel arches; a bootlid spoiler, and of course, a rear diffuser insert. According to Brabus, these additional elements at the rear cut down the aerodynamic lift at the rear by 40%.
Bespoke forged wheels are also available; the example here is riding on 10-spoke 22-inch ones, wrapped with tyres of size 255/35 at the front and 295/30 at the rear. In addition, the plug-and-play Brabus SportXtra module lowers the ride height by 15 mm at the front and 20 mm at the rear; this module contributes to the aforementioned reduction in the drag coefficient.