Brabus, the German tuning auto company has recently released details and images of its 600 hp model based on the Mercedes-AMG C63 S Sedan.
Brabus upgraded the full-blown Black series of the C63 S up to 600 HP at 5,800 rpm and 800 Nm at 1,750 – 4,500 rpm which stands for a power boost of 90 HP and 100 Nm of torque.
The sprint time has decreased by 0.2 seconds down to 3.8, while the top speed grew to 186 mph (300 km/h) from 155 mph (250 km/h) which was characteristic for the standard model. The upgrade of power is available also for the wagon model, which needs an extra 0.1 second for the sprint because of its bigger weight.
Brabus’ improvements besides more power were installing the brand’s stainless steel exhaust system with controlled butterfly valve to enable sound management through a switch that is mounted inside the cabin. The body kit has been aerodynamically optimized in the wind tunnel and manufactured from coated carbon, with either a glossy finish or matte one. This sedan has 20-inch Monoblock T wheels implemented in 255/30 ZR20 front and 275/35 ZR20 rear tires available from Continental, Pirelli and Yokohama.
Inside the cabin, some tweaks have been made to the model, such as installing aluminum paddle shifters, stainless steel scuff plates (with the back lit logo), revised speedometer which goes up to 340 km/h (211 mph) and also black leather upholstery with mandarin seams.
The modified Mercedes-AMG C63 S by Brabus will be make its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show later this month.