The Glorious Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 BRABUS

Cars, Features I By Justin Cornelison I May 11, 2023

When you combine German tuner BRABUS with AMG, the results are usually magnificent.  The Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 BRABUS is no exception.  Where fully electrified cars are becoming more and more advanced, making the question of just what luxury in the area of next-generation-mobility should look like more relevant than ever before.  BRABUS undeniably has answered that question.


The exterior of the Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 BRABUS is a work of art. The sedan’s extravagant chassis features an exclusive selection of BRABUS typical carbon fiber elements, giving it a brand-new face. The BRABUS front spoiler significantly minimizes front axle lift, ensuring maximum driving stability at high speeds. The sides and rear of the vehicle feature BRABUS carbon air deflectors implemented in front of the rear wheel arches, the BRABUS rear diffuser, and the BRABUS rear spoiler. All standard chrome parts of the exterior are finished elegantly in black, making the final look even sportier.

The Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 BRABUS rides on 22-inch BRABUS Monoblock Z “Platinum Edition” forged wheels. These wheels are manufactured using state-of-the-art processes, ensuring maximum strength and stability. The lightweight design also improves handling, making it an ideal ride for those seeking an electrified supercar with excellent driving dynamics.

The interior of the Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 BRABUS is nothing short of extraordinary. The BRABUS interior, specifically designed for this model, matches its next-generation signature character. The luxurious design impresses with its impeccable finish, complete with special BRABUS “Arrow Wave” quilting and perforations applied with pinpoint precision on the seats.

The interior of the Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 BRABUS also features a combination of ecologically tanned leather and 100% vegan fabric. The door panels, dashboard, and several other sections of the interior are covered in stylish charcoal, ensuring maximum comfort and luxury. The A, B, and C pillars, as well as the sun visors, are covered in equally sustainable Dinamica, a tri-layer microfiber produced using recycled polyester without organic solvents.

The Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 BRABUS interior is completed with RGB backlit BRABUS entrance panels implemented to change color in sync with the ambient interior lighting. This feature completes the interior design, making it the perfect luxury limousine for those seeking an electrified supercar with an unparalleled interior.

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