The Brabus built the world’s most powerful convertible based on the S63

Within the Brabus studio has presented a modified race “Le Mans 24 hours in 2016,” the Mercedes-AMG S63 Cabriolet. According to specialists, such modification is the most powerful four-seater convertible in the world. Tuners from Brabus increased working volume of 5.5-liter V8 bitubo to 5.9 liters. Furthermore, they replaced the inlet and outlet system, crankshaft and the turbine, and the electronic control unit reprogrammed. As a result of these steps, the return of the power unit increased from the original 585 to 850 hp It works in conjunction with the motor seven-speed machine. From zero to hundreds Brabus 850 6.0 Cabrio accelerates in 3.5 seconds (-. 0.4 seconds), up to two hundred – for 9,4 seconds, and its top speed is electronically limited to 350 km/h. This speedometer marked up to 400 kilometers per hour. External differences Mercedes AMG S 63 from Brabus can be on a different front and rear bumper with carbon fiber elements, undervalued by 15 mm suspension, as well as specialty rims on 21 or 22 inches. In a modification of the cabin in the rapids and pedals flaunt nameplates with company name. Brabus offers customers either buy a ready-made vehicle, or modify an existing car, but at a cost of no information.

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