Brabus Bullit Coupe Built On Mercedes C63 AMG

Brabus Bullit Coupe Mercedes C63 AMG

Just in time for the Geneva Motor Show, the tuners at Brabus constructed this Mercedes C63 AMG and are calling it the Bullit Coupe. This is one of the most powerful C-Class Mercedes in the world, since Brabus has installed a 5.5-liter V12 from a Mercedes S-Class, and then bored out the cylinders to make it 6.3-liters along with two new turbochargers. They claim that the small sports car now produces 800 horsepower with 1,420 Nm of torque. With the torque electronically limited to prevent wheel slippage, the Bullit Coupe is able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds. It can now reach 200 km/h in only 9.8 seconds, while a top speed of 370 km/h or 230 mph is accomplished.

This is one of the most impressive projects ever released by Brabus. They keep producing Mercedes tuning projects that completely blow away the competition. When Brabus first announced the Bullit C-Class series back in 2007 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, we never would have thought it could put down these numbers. However, they backed it all up with the Bullit Black Arrow that produced around 720 horsepower. We knew it would only be a short time before they topped the 800 HP mark, and that now comes with the Mercedes C-Class Bullit Coupe at the Geneva Motor Show. The official price for the Brabus Mercedes 63 AMG you see here comes in at 449,820 Euros in Germany.

Brabus Bullit Coupe Mercedes C63 AMG

Brabus Bullit Coupe – Mercedes C63 AMG Pictures

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