Brabus will bring to Geneva C650 Cabrio based on the C63 S

Brabus Atelier presented revised version of the Mercedes-AMG C63 S Cabriolet Technical. The modification, which will show to the public at the March Geneva Motor Show 2017 was noticeably more powerful source code and received a carbon body kit.
The movement results in a modified cabriolet 4.0-liter twin-turbo engine V8. Brabus specialists have improved its performance with the original 510 hp and 700 to 650 Nm and 820 Nm force torque.
To achieve the desired result was due to the installation of new turbines and optimize the electronics settings. As a result, acceleration to hundreds of models Brabus C 650 Cabrio requires 3.7 seconds (- 0.4 seconds), and its maximum speed reaches 321 km/h.
The company also installed on the convertible carbon fiber body kit consisting of a new front bumper, side “skirts” and a rear diffuser and wheels on the car flaunt big brand 20-inch forged alloy wheels.
Interior modified C63 S Cabriolet has also changed. The vehicle interior is upholstered in black leather with contrasting blue inserts and red stitching, a company logo is applied on the headrests of armchairs.
The Brabus offer customers order to modify the system “start-stop” in order to optimize fuel consumption, as well as the options available in stainless steel exhaust system. The total cost of these improvements is not called.

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