Brabus Rocket 900 based on the Mercedes-AMG S65 Convertible

Brabus has presented within the limits of the Frankfurt motor show 2017 own version of cabriolet Mercedes-AMG S65. The modification, called the Brabus Rocket 900, differs from the source code by different exterior design and more powerful stuffing. Outside, this cabriolet can be distinguished by the presence of an aerodynamic body kit and an exhaust system with ceramic nipples. The car is delivered on special 21-inch wheels, “shod” in low-profile tires (at a surcharge 22 “wheels are available), while the ground clearance of the modification is understated by 15 mm. For interior decoration of the Brabus Rocket 900 Cabriolet tuners used decorative inserts made of aluminum. The salon also has signs with an illuminated German company logo, and a speedometer on the digital instrument panel is marked up to 400 km/h. German tuners have completed the 6.0-liter V12 engine with two turbines, increasing its volume to 6.3 liters. Plus, the engine received more massive turbines, a new control system, and another exhaust manifold. In addition, the car has a rear differential of increased friction with a 40% lock. All these changes allowed to increase the capacity of the unit from the initial 630 hp. and 1,000 Nm to 900 forces and 1,500 Nm of torque, while the Brabus specialists further upgraded the seven-speed automatic transmission so that it could cope with the increased load. With such a filling, the Brabus Rocket 900 convertible exchanges the first hundred in 3.9 seconds (-0.2), and the top speed reaches 350 km/h. Summarizing the work done, the studios claim that they built the fastest and most powerful four-seater convertible in the world, which has permission to ride on public roads. Information about the cost of modification there.

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