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.
The famous Brabus tuning company has released this eco-friendly kit for the Mercedes E220 CDI BlueEfficiency that should not be confused with the previous high performance electric drive E-Class concept. This Brabus project is another high performance Hybrid that aims in the opposite direction.
Tuning company Brabus never ceases to amaze us. This time they have released a brand new package for the Mercedes E-Class called the 800 E V12 Cabriolet. Completely redesigning the exterior, the Mercedes received a new carbon fiber body kit, fresh alloy wheels, and a sport suspension kit to tie it all together. The black 19-inch alloys wrapped in high performance tires gives it a murdered out feel, while the performance numbers are even more stunning. We’re going to hold out on the performance specs for right now, and move to the interior where you will find carbon fiber trim, a new sport steering wheel, and speedometer capable of reaching 400 km/h! You’ll find out why in just a second.
The tuning company Brabus has beefed up the underpowered Mercedes G55 AMG with their new 800 Widestar package. It was designed by the tuners to be the most powerful SUV in the world, featuring a 6.3-liter biturbo V12 engine producing 800 PS and 1,100 Nm of torque. The torque has been electronically limited, however the Mercedes G55 can now sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.0 seconds, and hit a top speed of 240 km/h. The G-Series Mercedes is now making a statement!
For this original project, Brabus joined forces with German electricity company RWE to manufacture the Green Package for the Tesla Roadster Sport. It comes with a quick charging station for the owner’s garage, which is good for 30,000 kilometers worth of electric power. Buyers also receive a one-year pass to use all the public RWE charging stations whenever available. With the quick charging station, the Tesla Roadster can receive a full charge in less than six hours, for a driving range of 350 km. But, Brabus is still a top of the line tuning company that had to modify this little sports car. At the exterior they added a carbon fiber lip and installed LED daytime running lights in the front grille. A discrete carbon wing and diffuser were also added, however don’t think this is the only color paint option.
The tuning pros at Brabus have customized the Mercedes SLS AMG with a wide-body version called the Widestar. Modifications include a new carbon fiber body kit consisting of a front spoiler, rear spoiler, and rear diffuser, along with wider body panels and fenders featuring air intakes and side outlets. The rear was widened 20 mm from these customizations, and Brabus added some lightweight wheels next. Their Monoblock F Platinum Edition rims to be exact, measuring 20×9.5 in the front, and 21×11 at the rear. They come wrapped in either Pirelli or Yokohama high performance tires, and the wheels are available in a brushed design or ceramics polished surface, as well as any color of your choice.
The Mercedes SL65 AMG Black Series is already an impressive car, but the Brabus tuning company had to modify it even further for a customer in Dubai. Calling it the Vanish, Brabus hooked up the Mercedes SL65 with larger turbos, huge brakes, a new transmission, matte black wrap, and a strange plastic piece on the hood to push 800 horsepower. The tuned Mercedes SL65 AMG features the 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 all concealed inside the complete carbon fiber body that shaved off a whopping 551 pounds. This raised the top speed to 199 mph, accomplished a 0-60 time in the three second range, but sadly only 350 will ever be made.
Here we have the latest Mercedes E-Class Cabrio project from the famous tuning company Brabus, who hooked it up with several upgrades. At the exterior level, the car received a new styling package to improve aerodynamics and strengthen the vehicle with Pur-R-Rim plastic technology. Included in the kit is a new front spoiler with integrated LED daytime running lights, new fenders, rear valance, and a new rear spoiler. The elegant Mercedes E-Class exterior was enhanced further with one-piece or multi-piece Brabus monoblock alloy wheels available in either 17″, 18″, or 19″ sizes. Customers have the option of any wheel and tire combination, which include Pirelli or Yokohama high performance tires.
Here we have a Brabus car released at the Geneva Auto Show, based off the Mercedes E-Class Coupe, and hiding a powerful V12 motor under the hood. They’re calling it the “Brabus E V12 Coupe,” but the tuners did more than just engine modifications. At the exterior level, the Mercedes coupe features a carbon fiber body kit consisting of a new front spoiler, side skirts, rear diffuser, and air vents in the front to reduce lifting forces. Several other exterior upgrades to the E-Class coupe include LED daytime running lights, a new adjustable coilover suspension kit, and underneath the 19-inch wheels, a high performance braking system. Be ready to hand over a ton of paper for this job however, since Brabus tuning doesn’t come cheap under the hood.
This isn’t the prettiest Mercedes GLK we’ve seen, but it does hold the title for being the fastest SUV in the world, custom tuned by Brabus. First off, Brabus swapped the factory engine with one of Mercedes V12 power plants to claim a whopping 211 mph top speed. The new V12 under the hood was increased from 5.5-liters to 6.3-liters, and then Brabus hooked it up with two turbochargers, two intercoolers, and a large stainless steel exhaust system with high flowing catalytic converters. Showing off typical Brabus performance numbers, the modified Mercedes GLK boasts 740 hp and 995 ft lbs of torque.
The new W212 Mercedes E-Class will arrive on the market in 2010 and well known tuner Brabus already revealed an exclusive tuning package for the new Mercedes. Their designers developed an aerodynamic kit made from Pur-R-Rim plastics that will add a sportier look to the car with striking lines. The new body kit consists of a front apron with a sophisticated shape which reduces lift on the front axle and gives an aggressive face to this stylish sedan. It contains LED daytime running lights, auxiliary headlights and customers could choose between high beams or fog lamps too. Brabus installed aluminum front sport quart panels which will improve cooling and venting and add a sporty flair. The rocker panels will improve the airflow and also feature integrated LED entrance lights. The rear side of this Mercedes E-Class received a rear apron that houses a new sport exhaust with two chrome plated tailpipes on either sides and it also comes with a rear spoiler.