Nothing will explain what Brabus is capable of unless you drive one. When we toured their headquarters in Bottrop, we didn’t want to inquire about their future supercars. However, a team was already at work reverse-engineering the AMG 63 S sedan. After nearly a year of development, the BRABUS 800 arrived. Not only was the interior replaced with their hand-stitched hides, but the 800 horsepower beast also reached 62 mph in 2.9 seconds. It does this thanks to forged internals, big turbos and 738 lb-ft of torque. Now they are poised to make the 800 look tame, as BRABUS has teased a new Rocket Widebody sedan.
While it is easy to see that it started life as a Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S, the imposing grille and wide fenders will undoubtedly house meaty tires. The wheels look to have forged hubs with carbon fiber aerodynamic flanges. Something giving the car the best of strength and downforce. Like all proper widebody builds, the doors and rockers are flared to keep the lines in proportion. Don’t tell us you wouldn’t drive this, because every BRABUS rocket offers no excuses- neither should you. As soon as we have more info you will see it here first. In the meantime, click the button below to view their latest builds.