Tuning company Vath has released a new package for the 2013 Mercedes A-Class and we received these photographs of the A250 model. The factory 2.0-liter gas engine received a decent boost from the stock 211 horsepower to now 245 HP, while the torque was increased from 350 Nm to 390 Nm. This hot new hatchback can now accelerate from 0 to 60 in just 5.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 155 mph.
Aftermarket parts found on this Mercedes A-Class tuning project include a 270 EVO downpipe along a 200 cell tri-metal catalyst that is stainless steel. New lowering springs improve handling and appearance while a set of 19-inch rims wrapped in high performance tires measuring 235/35ZR19 are found up front, and 255/30ZR19 at the rear.
Extra modifications Vath offers include a carbon fiber front lip spoiler, stainless steel brake lines, Castrol SRF racing brake fluid, a new sport steering wheel and a few carbon accents throughout the cockpit. After seeing this tastefully tuned Mercedes A250, we are now anxious to find out what other tuning companies will bring to the table.
this mercedes is very cool.