I am not much of a Mercedes-Ben fan, but whenever I hear about a customized model thanks to their special tuning division Brabus, I admit that I have to see it and write about it. The latest creation from Brabus is the Mercedes-AMG C63 S, which will soon be unveiled at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.
The aftermarket specialists from Brabus have transformed this Mercedes-AMG G63 S into a real mean machine, wrapping it with an aero package as well as impressive performance under the hood.
First, the aero package makes the car look more aggressive, thanks to the Brabus parts, sush as the Brabus spoiler lip, carbon fiber surrounds for the side air intakes, new rear diffuser and spoiler which make it more aerodynamic, exterior mirrors with clear-coated carbon covers and a few more. The overall body design is complemented by the wide 20-inch Brabus Monoblock T five-spoke alloy wheels, wrapped with Continental or Pirelli rubbers.
Second, the cabin of the Mercedes-AMG G63 S by Brabus can be had with a choice of high-end materials like Mastik or Alcantara leather, carbon and wood trims, along with aluminum paddle shifters or a speedometer with a 340 km/h scale.
But the real deal is found under the hood, where Brabus managed to upgrade the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, the model now developing 600 horsepower and impressive 800 Nm of torque, as opposed to the stock 500 horsepower and 700 Nm of torque. The 0 to 100 km/h sprint is done in just 3.8 seconds, at a topping of 300 km/h.