Brabus S V12

Published Tuesday, June 9th 2009
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Whoever wants to experience the latest state-of-the-art multimedia equipped in a car has no other choice except to go for Brabus S V12 which is based on the Mercedes Benz CL-600. Brabus has lived up to its promises and did not let its domain budge which illustrates that it will always use the state-of-the-art gadgets. Individual and luxurious interiors have remained a specialty of Brabus.

The astounding multimedia is harmoniously integrated into the S-Class. A single touch screen remote takes over the control of everything. The Brabus network PC lies at the core of the system with 800 MHz Pentium III processor. Also, it is equipped with a MP3 player. Besides these, it is equipped with an interface for digital cameras that can connect up to three computers. As far as the PC system is concerned, it has a modular design. Each and every component i.e. hard disk, processor, graphic card, sound card etc. can be upgraded to the latest state of the art technology. This PC is custom designed to fit harmoniously in a car. Things like the resilience of the hard drive that can withstand acceleration forces to up to 600 Gs make this PC really special. 1 g or G is an acceleration equal to the acceleration of gravity which is about 980.665 centimeter-second squared, approximately 32.2 feet per second at sea level. So, you could imagine what 600 Gs mean. There is just one word for it and that is sensational. In the leather headliner, a 12-inch TFT display is integrated and organized which acts as a monitor for the DVD changer. Also, it serves as a monitor for the DVD changer that offers “infotainment” with top sound quality and picture. It is further equipped with 16:9 format LCD monitors up to 8 inches in size that are integrated into the back of the front headrests and the passenger side sun visor. The whole cost of the car will be $ 415,551 US. However, any S 600 can be converted.

Moreover, Brabus offers world’s most expensive engine tuning program for Mercedes-Benz automobiles that is also available for the new W 221 series. The twelve cylinder engine of the top-of-the-line S600 model can be upgraded in Brabus with the help of four stages. The menu starts with the Brabus T12 performance kit, that amplifies power output of the 5.5 liter three valve engine from standard 517 hp/ 380 kW to 580 hp/ 419 kW and peak torque to 900 Nm. The Brabus S V12 S Biturbo engine is the pinnacle of Brabus engine. Displacement of the engine is increased to 6,233 cc with the help of a special crankshaft; larger cylinder bore and forged pistons. Brabus S V12 S Biturbo engine develops 730 hp/537 kW at 5,100 rpm. Peak torque of 1,320 Nm is limited electronically to 1,100 Nm and is available from a low 2,100 rpm. It has been transformed into the world’s fastest sports car and has an astonishing speed of 0-100 km/h in 4.0 seconds, 200 km/h after just 11.9 seconds and a top speed of electronically limited 340 km/h.

Thus, Brabus S V12 hits the stride with mind boggling features, thus making it one of the best cars in the world.


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We could've done with that isnhigt early on.

Posted by Eman on Tuesday, November 30th 1999 @ 07:00am GMT | #77368

How the hell can this hack of an automotive Journalist coparme a Mercedes CL550, to a Lincoln MKT and Toyota Prius?! You know you are right, actually, he should not even attempt to test the car and be ashamed of himself that a $108K does not offer the option that a $27K car can. What a shame of him. He doesn't know that it is forbidden to say bad things about european prestige preferences.

Posted by Azeem on Tuesday, November 30th 1999 @ 07:00am GMT | #36037

What a joy to find seoonme else who thinks this way.

Posted by Moon on Tuesday, November 30th 1999 @ 07:00am GMT | #35299

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