Brabus Pushes Mercedes-AMG E63 S Sedan to Hit 336.5 KPH

For owners of the Mercedes-AMG E63 S saloon who think that their Benz is weaker than expected, Brabus may be the one they will want to call for a solution. The German tuner is known for their aptitude in pushing high-performance Mercedes-Benz and AMG cars beyond their boundaries for the past four decades. They’re always ready to make these cars even faster, more exclusive and more comfortable than they already are.

If you ask them to tune a Mercedes-Benz or AMG vehicle, they can do it for you by upgrading the unit with the performance parts in their shop. But there’s also an option that allows you to buy an already-modified car directly from them, if you prefer to do that. Anyway, you will always get what you want from them, which is a Mercedes car with higher level of performance and exclusivity.

The video after this post will reveal to you what kind of figures their vehicles can produce. The clip features a Brabus 800 built based on the Mercedes-AMG E63 S saloon. Naturally, sedans are created to be a comfortable and practical daily commuter. But with Brabus, they’re bound to have their performance aspect strengthened. For the model in the video, particularly, the output is boosted to 800 ponies.

Brabus gives the vehicle big air intakes, carbon fiber, electronically controlled exhaust system, and 21-inch alloy wheels to make it appear like a true performer instead of just a normal daily commuter. The 4.0-liter twin-turbo engine is teamed with an all-wheel drive system and is good for launching the Brabus 800 from a standstill to 62 mph in no more than 3.2 seconds.

125 mph can be reached after the car is floored for less than 10 seconds. If the driver continues to go at full throttle after that, the Brabus 800 will hit 210 mph when the 1.86 mile mark is crossed, and it can still go a little faster than that we guess. All of this can be done with the vehicle’s speed limiter turned off. For more visual details, you can see the car in action in the video below.

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