Brabus presented the most powerful Mercedes S-Class

Brabus presented the most powerful Mercedes S-Class

Brabus unveiled the most powerful Mercedes S-Class, setting a new power record. The German tuning house Brabus, specializing in engine enhancement and car exterior styling, introduced a modification of the Mercedes-AMG S63 E Performance, turning it into a true arrow.

This project, named Brabus 930, not only received an enhanced powertrain but also impressed with its sheer power. The workshop's engineers significantly increased the power of the 4.0-liter hybrid engine to 917 horsepower and 1510 Nm of torque, which is 126 hp and 80 Nm more than the standard model. These impressive characteristics were achieved thanks to the installation of the special Brabus PowerXtra B40E-930 module.

Mercedes-AMG S63 E Performance rear view

Thanks to these enhancements, this luxurious sedan, weighing almost 2.6 tons, can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds, which is 0.1 seconds faster than the standard model. However, the maximum speed is still limited by electronics and stands at 290 km/h.

In addition to technical improvements, Brabus also made changes to the design. The sedan was complemented with elements made of carbon fiber, including a front splitter, a new radiator grille with RamAir air intakes, decorative bumper trim, side skirts, a spoiler, and an enlarged diffuser. Brabus 930 also features 22-inch forged Brabus Monoblock ZM "Platinum Edition" wheels and the Brabus SportXtra suspension module, which adjusts the ground clearance by 10 mm depending on the driving mode.

Mercedes-AMG S63 E Performance side view

The interior of the sedan has also been transformed, using high-quality perforated leather with diamond stitching and carbon accents, as well as numerous embroideries with the Brabus logo. The interior also features the Heritage logo and "77", referring to the year the workshop was founded in 1977. The price of the Brabus 930 starts at 405,000 euros.

Mercedes-AMG S63 E Performance dashboard