Just ahead of the IAA in the coming week in Frankfurt, Brabus has made itself in the news with the power-packed E63 AMG. The all new E63 AMG from Mercedes is already powerful enough to punch out 500+ bhp’s, but the Brabus decided to make a more unhinged version of this car and named it 700. The Lamborghini rival from Brabus packs massive 700 HP and 950Nm of peak torque.
Addition of 88HP and 100Nm to the already powerful 4.0-liter twin turbo V8 is a task. The tuner used PowerXtra B40 to shell out this massive power and torque figures in already powerful AMG E-Class.
The carbon fiber in the stock E63 is already a prime choice by Mercedes. But, Brabus went crazy with the material and added an enormous amount of CFRP aero diffusers which is as wide as a car and the super awesome looking side skirts.
The Brabus E63 700 takes the 0-100kmph sprint in just 3.2 seconds while the E63 stock needs 3.3 seconds. The 0.1 seconds is achieved by lowering the car suspension and now the car is just 20mm closer to the road. The power delivery is done by 265 section at the front wheel and 305 section at rear axel ended with 21inch rims.
The new stainless steel exhaust system lowers the back pressure and features new exhaust flaps unlike the titanium units in E63. This new stainless steel mod is for electronically controlled sound management.
What is Brabus?
Brabus GmbH is founded in 1977 in Germany as a high-performance aftermarket tuning company which is specialized in only Mercedes-Benz, Tesla, and Maybach vehicles. Brabus became the largest Mercedes tuner, other than Mercedes-AMG which became a DaimlerChrysler affiliate in the 1990s.
The company began with Bodo Buschmann wanting to customize his cars but discovered most existing customizers could not meet his thought or requirement, so he decided to start his own brand. After Buschmann had decided to start his own brand, BRABUS GmbH was originally registered in 1977 at Germany with Buschmann’s friend Klaus Brackman because German law required a company must be established with at least two people. The company name was derived from the first three characters of the founders’ surnames (Brackman, Buschmann).