Brabus 850 Shooting Brake 6.0 Biturbo 4MATIC

The studio Brabus built the world’s fastest four-wheel drive station wagon based on the model Mercedes CLS 63 Shooting Brake AMG. The car was named Brabus 850 Shooting Brake 6.0 Biturbo 4MATIC, and its presentation was held in the framework of the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2013.
Under the hood of the car he placed the same engine that drives the world’s fastest sedan Brabus 850 Biturbo W222 6.0. This six-liter V8 twin turbo 850 hp and develops a maximum torque of 1450 Nm.
However, to preserve the powertrain engineers had limited traction at 1 150 Nm, but even that is enough to ensure that the car accelerates from zero to a hundred in 3.1 seconds and a top speed of more than wagon 370 km/h.
Externally, the Brabus 850 Shooting Brake 6.0 Biturbo flaunts aerodynamic body kit with a different front grille, new front bumper, additional air intakes in front of the bonnet and the front wings and door sill with integrated lighting and a diffuser in the rear bumper.
All elements of the body of a whale were blown in the wind tunnel and have not only visual, but also the practical effect of increasing the level of downforce at high speeds and improve the cooling components and assemblies. Rounding out the picture of the 20-inch alloy wheels BRABUS Monoblock R “Platinum Edition”.
Not spared experts Brabus and the interior of the model used for its high-quality finishing materials, including natural wood, carbon fiber, Alcantara and leather. Information about the cost of improvements there.

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