Brabus G63 AMG 6x6

The Brabus G63 AMG 6×6 was an SUV manufactured by Mercedes-Benz. A derivative of the Mercedes Geländewagen, it was the company's largest and second most expensive street-legal SUV, manufactured by Magna Steyr in Graz, Austria. The G63 AMG 6×6 features six-wheel drive running on 5.5L, 536-hp, 561-lb-ft twin-turbo DOHC 32-valve V-8 AMG engine. The G63 AMG 6×6 was fitted with Mercedes' 7G-tronic seven-speed automatic transmission; its transfer case can alter between a 0.87:1 high-range ratio for on-road driving and 2.16:1 low-range ratio for off-road conditions to all six wheels in a nominal 30:40:30 split. An extra shaft delivers power to the rearmost axle. The vehicle had five electronic differential locks, which can deliver 100% lockup of all six wheels, operated by three switches on the dashboard.The G63 AMG 6×6 is 5875 mm in length, 2110 mm in width and 2210 mm in height, having ground clearance of 460 mm and fording depth at 1000 mm. It has arch axles, almost similar to tho…

Brabus SLR McLaren

 The Brabus SLR McLaren is a grand tourer car jointly developed by Mercedes-Benz and McLaren Automotive, built in Portsmouth and the McLaren Technology Centre in Woking, Surrey, England and sold from 2003 to 2010. When it was developed, German manufacturer Mercedes-Benz owned 40 percent of the McLaren Group. SLR stands for "Sport Leicht Rennsport" (Sport Light Racing), homage to the Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR which served as the McLaren's inspiration.Both coupé and roadster versions were offered.
At the 1999 North American International Auto Show,Brabus presented their Vision SLR concept, inspired both by the Brabus SLR Uhlenhaut Coupé of 1955,which was a modified Mercedes-Benz W196S race car, and the design of closed-wheel Formula One cars, a field in which Mercedes had prior experience, providing engines for McLaren bodies. The car was presented as "Tomorrow Silver Arrow" in a clear reference to the Silver Arrows of the golden age of Mercedes in competition during …

Brabus Emperror

Scaldarsi Motors is a relatively new international manufacturing and design firm, with the mission “to create unsurpassed masterpieces of art.” Well, what you’re looking at here is their first creation  the Emperor I  based on the Mercedes Maybach S 600, and it could be the most extravagant thing on four wheels. Visually, certain design cues from the S 600 can still be clearly seen like the headlamps and tail lamps. Everything else however, is completely bespoke, beginning with that imposing front-end that features a sizeable grille, large air curtain intakes and additional LED DRLs. Down the sides, air outlets have been carved into the car’s bodywork aft of the front wheels, and are aligned with the lines of the sculpted doors. Wild-looking wheels are also part of the getup here, which appear to leave very little room between the tyres and the sidewalls.

Brabus Rocket 900

Brabus Rocket 900 is more than 350 km / h With new crankshaft, new rods and new piston of the displacement of the growing V12 to 6.3 liters. Flanking get an optimized intake, new downpipes and new turbochargers used. Moreover Brabus puts on a dynamic pressure-optimized stainless steel sports exhaust system with valve control. Matched by new engine management software to the V12 Add as 900 hp and a maximum of 1,500 Nm Drehoment. In view of the drive train and the optimized seven-speed automatic, this value is limited in the car to 1,200 Nm. Backed by a limited-slip differential as remote motorhome! on the rear axle is the Brabus Rocket 900 sprint in 3.7 seconds from zero to 100 km / h. After only 91 seconds, already 200 km / h achieved. The top speed is over 350 km / h. Stabilizing output will deliver a aerodynamic kit of carbon fiber laminate. the package includes a front spoiler, front bumper essays, a rear spoiler lip and a new rear apron with integrated diffuser. Carbon fiber eleme…

Brabus 850

The Brabus 850 6.0 Biturbo is the spiritual successor to the legendary Brabus 800 E V12. It features an uprated V8 enigine, now 5.9 litres rather than the serial 5.5 litres. To acheive this, Brabus uses precision-balanced billet crankshaft with a stroke of 96 mm (3.78) instead of the standard 90.5 millimeters (3.56 in.) in concert with special forged billet piston rods. The engine also receives new turbochargers with larger compressor units and a special manifold. A high-performance exhaust system and an ECU optimisation are both included in the package Power is now 850 hp with torque limited to 1,150 Nm. The power is routed through a strengthened 7-speed sports transmission with rear-wheel drive and 4MATIC version both available. With the rear wheel drive version the sprint to 100 km/h is acheived in just 3.7 seconds whilst the 4MATIC version reaches that figure in a staggering 3.1 seconds. Brabus VMax systems limit the Brabus 850 6.0 Biturbo to speeds between 300 km/h (186 mph) and …

Brabus E V12

 The Brabus E V12 is a tuned Mercedes-Benz E-Class made by Mercedes-Benz tuning company Brabus. It was succeeded by the Brabus Rocket which is based on the Mercedes-Benz CLS.
The history of Brabus fitting a V12 in an E-class Mercedes-Benz begins with the W124 with the V12 from the W140 S600 being shoehorned into the smaller car and Brabus increasing displacement to 7.3. The W210 model was the successor to the W124, At the time Guinness Book of Records confirmed it was the fastest four-door sedan. The W210 also took the self-acclaimed title of most powerful street-legal Mercedes engine. Under the hood featured a 7.3-liter version of Mercedes V12. Brabus claimed the engine produced 582 horsepower and 780 nm of torque (575.3 lb/ft), all while propelling the car to an electronically limited 330 km/h (205 mph). Proceeding the W210, the new W211 followed, bringing with twin-turbochargers. The new engine produced 640 horsepower, 1026 Nm (757 lb/ft)and a blisteringly fast 350.2 km/h (217.6 mph…

Jaguar XJ220

 The Jaguar XJ220 is a two-seater supercar produced by British luxury car manufacturer Jaguar from 1992 until 1994, in collaboration with the specialist automotive and race engineering company Tom Walkinshaw Racing. The top speed of 217.1 mph (349.4 km/h) measured by Jaguar in June 1993 with catalytic converters disconnected and rev limiter increased was in the Guinness Book of Records 1994 to 1999 issues as "the fastest speed ever attained by a standard production car", replaced by 240.1 mph (386.4 km/h) the McLaren F1 showed in 1998 with rev-limiter increased. The Jaguar held the Nürburgring production car lap record between 1992 and 2000 with a time of 7:46.36. The XJ220 was developed from a V12-engined 4-wheel drive concept car designed by an informal group of Jaguar employees working in their spare time. The group wished to create a modern version of the successful Jaguar 24 Hours of Le Mans racing cars of the 1950s and '60s that could be entered into FIA Group B co…