When talking about such a powerful car like the new Mercedes-Benz CLS made by Brabus under the Rocket name, waiting can be a bit painful but thanks to the internet, we now have an idea of what the new Rocket will look like.
Initially launched in 2005, the Brabus Rocket is close to getting a younger brother in what could be the world’s fastest four-door coupe, a car so powerful that it leaves the new 911 generation far behind.
No official details of the new Rocket have been released by Brabus, but thanks to ps-garage.com we now have an idea of the second CLS upgraded and pumped with steroids.
As a reminder, the old Brabus Rocket delivered 730 horsepower and 1.100 Nm of torque (810 lb-ft), but the torque has actually been limited because the original figure was 1.320 Nm or 970 lb-ft. The 2005 Rocket could accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4 seconds while the o to 200 km/h sprint (124 mph) took only 10.5 seconds, with a top speed of 365.7 km/h (227.2 mph), but this has also been electronically limited to “just” 350 km/h or 220 mph.