/Brabus Mercedes C63 AMG 650 Set for Geneva Debut

Brabus Mercedes C63 AMG 650 Set for Geneva Debut

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While Mercedes-Benz will be introducing a diet version of the C63 at the Geneva Motor Show in form of the Mercedes-AMG C43, it falls to Brabus to pick up where they left and come up with an even more powerful version of the standard car. This is Brabus Mercedes C63 AMG 650 and it packs, you guessed it, 650 hp.

That is precisely 103 kW / 140 HP (138 bhp) more than what you get from the standard C63 AMG, and it’s the result of a BRABUS PowerXtra B40S plus a fully stainless-steel exhaust with actively controlled butterfly valves. The 650 horsepower and 820 Nm output of the Brabus Mercedes C63 AMG 650 enables the car to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds and reach a top speed of 320 km/h.

In order for Brabus Mercedes C63 AMG 650 to match the excitement delivered by its powertrain in terms of design, the tuner has come up with a carbon fiber aero kit with revised bumpers and carefully engineered front spoiler and rear diffuser/spoiler combo, as well as sills and wings and grilles. The kit is complemented with a set of 20-inch Monoblock F wheels supported with Bilstein suspension components, but the choice here is yours.

Last but not least, Brabus C63 AMG 650 comes with an interior treatment with mods such as sports seats, Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel and leather upholstery with contrast stitching and decorative bright yellow leather elements.

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