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Brabus Vanish Based On Mercedes SL65 Black

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As you now Brabus has a huge obsession with horsepower and they like to give immense amount of it to every car they come across! But even they are not that crazy to think of tuning the monstrous SL65 AMG Black Series, well, until a customer come to them and ask to do it! This one-off matte black super SL is called the Vanish.

You know some people say that even the standard 670 hp output of the SL Black’s V12 engine is pointless because you can never really use it due to a million reasons. Nevertheless, Mr. customer asked Brabus to upgrade the engine to such a level, that whenever he goes near the throttle, all hell brake loose!

So the German tuner modified the engine deeply and installed bigger turbos and intercoolers and fitted it with a custom made exhaust system. The new turbos are so big they had to cut the bonnet to fit them! Mind you they didn’t bother to make a new engine hood and just covered the hole with a piece of carbon fiber. The result of all these work is 800 hp which is transferred to the ground using a new racing grade gearbox.

The owner must have spent hundreds of thousands of euros on this car, but he really should spend another grand on a new bonnet when he got the car!

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