Originally introduced in the late 1990s, the Mercedes-Benz A-Class featured front wheel drive and a compact size, a radical departure for the German automaker. It debuted to mostly dismal reviews, but the A200 hatchback redeemed the series, and it's now received about 25% more power following an upgrade from Brabus, the aftermarket tuning company that specializes in Mercedes vehicles. An ECU remap delivers an increase of 29 horsepower to the 4-cylinder 1.8-liter turbo diesel engine, while a set of grey twin-ten-spoke alloy wheels enhances the look. The modest modifications are rounded out by a new twin dual-exhaust setup. Check out more images below.