The restyled Mercedes-AMG E 63 S passed into the hands of the German tuner Brabus, who offered it no less than 800 horsepower!
Brabus, essential preparer of Mercedes and Smart models, tackled the Mercedes-AMG E 63 S restyled, with this new achievement called Brabus 800.
Aesthetically, Brabus has equipped this E 63 S with numerous carbon fiber elements, which we find at the front on the air intakes of the shield as well as the lower blade, but also at the rear on the spoiler as well as the extractor, accompanied by a quadruple exhaust outlet in carbon. The stainless steel exhaust line also has active valves that release the sound of the V8, with several more or less discreet modes selectable by the driver.
New 21-inch Brabus “Monoblock Platinum Edition Z” forged black rims also complete the exterior look, with red piping to match the Brabus signature carbon ceramic brake calipers. The set is completed inside with a leather upholstery specific, whose colors and finishes are fully customizable by the customer, door sills with an illuminated Brabus logo, specific embroidered mats, or even door latches and an aluminum pedals.
But the most important thing is of course under the hood: thanks to an engine preparation called “Brabus B40S-800 PowerXtra”, the twin-turbo V8 block with 4.0 liters of displacement is now developing 800 horsepower, a gain of 188 horsepower compared to the original configuration, already strong at 612 horsepower. The injection and ignition mapping has been revised, while new high-performance turbochargers replace the original ones. Thus equipped, the Brabus 800 swallows the 0 to 100 km / h in 3.0 seconds only, for one maximum speed limited to 300 km / h.
To acquire this supercharged Mercedes-AMG E 63 S, Brabus will ask you for the sum of 254.349 euros, excluding options!
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