Brabus 700 based on the new Mercedes-AMG E63 S in the body of W213

Atelier Brabus presented its new project – a revised version of the “charged” sedan Mercedes-AMG E63 S in the body of W213. The modification, called the Brabus 700, will be shown to the public at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2017.
The Brabus 700 has a body kit made of carbon, the elements of which have been tested in a wind tunnel. The car has massive air intakes on the sides of the front bumper, front and rear spoilers, as well as inserts in the diffuser.
On the wheels of the modification are installed 21-inch wheels with tenacious tires. For the interior decoration of the new Brabus 700 tuners use high-quality leather and alcantara, while customers can choose the colors of the materials themselves.
Recall that the movement of the original Mercedes-AMG E63 S leads 4.0-liter V8 biturbo, which develops 612 hp. and 850 Nm, but the tuners from Brabus installed a special module on the engine, with which it was possible to raise its power to 700 forces and 900 Nm of torque.
Such an upgrade allowed the Brabus 700 E63 W213 to accelerate from one place to a hundred in 3.2 seconds, while the company notes that such a module can be installed on the “charged” station wagon E 63 Estate, which after the chip will be 0.1 sec slower than a four-door.
The maximum speed of both cars is limited to 300 km/h, but in Brabus they are preparing a special Vmax module, the installation of which will circumvent this limitation.
Another interesting feature of the refined Brabus E63 S is the optional stainless steel exhaust system with electronically controlled dampers. In addition to their full opening to create the effect of a malicious growl, there is also an opposite mode of “Coming Home”, in which the noise produced becomes minimal.
The studio plans to sell the Brabus 700 as a fully finished car, but the owners of the new “e sixty-third” will also be able to order a comprehensive program of tuning for the tuners. The cost of the package is not called.

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