BRABUS powered Mercedes-Maybach S 600 luxury sedan unveiled that produces an enormous 900HP and strikes 350 km/h plus top speed.
While Peter Parker explained his gift and the curse in the movie Spider-Man “With great power comes great responsibility.” Brabus revealed its new luxury sedan the Mercedes-Maybach as an extreme of automotive engineering. The unveil marked Brabus and Mercedes-Benz taking the luxury liner Maybach in a totally different phase to represent the monstrous 900HP Mercedes-Maybach S 600.
Power is said to be base-line for some people who crave to smell burnt rubber. However in this scenario, Brabus takes the stock Maybach S 600 with a 12-cylinder twin-turbo engine producing 390 kW / 530 HP (523 bhp) to give a power upgrade by the BRABUS ROCKET 900 6.3 V12 twin-turbo engine. With this upgrade the powerful yet luxury sedan not only increases performance, it also keeps up to the most powerful sports cars in the world.
The performance of the BRABUS ROCKET 900 6.3 V12 twin-turbo increased-displacement engine provides Mercedes-Maybach S 600 with an enormous power output of 662 kW / 900 HP and a peak torque of 1,500 Nm. The luxury liner strikes a top speed of 350 km/h (217 mph) and accelerates from still to 100km/h at just 3.7 seconds.
Complementing the performance of the Brabus powered Mercedes-Maybach S 600, it receives the BRABUS aerodynamic-enhancement components and BRABUS Monoblock “PLATINUM EDITION” 21-inch forged wheels as part of the making the luxury sedan look aggressive and sporty.
The Brabus house also powers the sedan with its exclusive interior designs, starting from the finest leather, Alcantara, precious wood and carbon fibers in desired colours. Infotainment is also not compromised as Brabus adds its “iBusiness” multimedia system, this fulfills the owners to address their luxury liner not only for mobility, but also as an office, movie theater or concert hall on wheels.
The Brabus touch for the Mercedes-Maybach is almost 21 centimeters (8.3 inches) longer than the long-wheelbase version of the current S-Class. Which features BRABUS front and rear bumpers replacing the stock bumpers totally. At the front a special radiator grille and integrated LED daytime running lights triggers a striking appearance, on the contrary the Brabus bumper optimize the supply of fresh air to radiators, engine and front brakes through large air intakes, adding to even more distinctive looking face.
At the rear of the Brabus rear bumper is an integrated diffuser featuring cutouts for four chrome-plated tailpipes of the BRABUS high-performance exhaust system. The exhaust also has an actively controlled butterfly valve that can be controlled at the steering wheel to choose the modes on the exhaust note. One can select “Coming Home” mode to allow the luxury sedan enter your house in a subtle and quiet way without worrying the neighbors and an equally powerful engine sound in the “Sport” mode.
Fuel economy of the Brabus powered Mercedes-Maybach S 600 with BRABUS ROCKET 900 6.3 V12 twin-turbo increased-displacement engine, in city is 17.1 l/100 km, at highway 8.6 l/100 km, and while combined clocks 11.9 l/100 km. CO2 emissions, combined: 279 g/km. The newly Brabus programmed mapping for injection, boost pressure control and ignition all combines the sedan to a high performance modification, which not only increased power but also compliant with the strict limits set by the current EURO VI emissions standards.
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