The X-Class must be on every tuners mind. Just last week we saw Pickup Design, the pickup truck division of Polish tuner Carlex Design, present their Modified X-Class pickup. Now Brabus has arrived to show us what they can do to the Mercedes-Benz product.

The tuner specializes in Mercedes vehicles, so if anyone was to touch the X-Class, it makes sense that it'd be them. Even so, they're keeping it low-key at first. On the exterior, all we can see is some changes to the front fascia. It has additional intakes and a wide strip above the license plate holder. Though closer examination will also receive a set of custom 20-inch wheels and quad-pipe exhaust tips. If you want to fight the subtle nature more, customers can request a roof-mounted light.

As for the inside. The Brabus X-Class has custom door sill treadplates and aluminum pedals. You have your choice of trim options, including leather and Alcantara in a wide variety of colors and patterns.

Currently, the powertrain remains the same, a 3.0-liter turbocharged V-6 diesel with 255 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque. Though the tuner says that a power upgrade will be available soon.

Don't expect AMG to offer the twin-turbocharged V-8  for the X-Class. The Affalterbach tuner has ruled out working on the pickup as the donor chassis is actually sourced from Nissan.