Brabus released the 600-horsepower Mercedes-Benz GLCAugust 15, 2018
Tuning studio Brabus presented a program of modifications for the “charged” crossover Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 S. Novelty received a 600-horsepower engine, a carbon cloth and large wheels.
In a four-liter biturbo motor V8, a new electronic control unit was used, which increased the boost pressure, and also changed the settings of the injection and ignition systems. The output of the unit increased from 510 hp. and 700 Nm of torque to 600 forces and 800 Nm.
The compact crossover can accelerate from place to “hundreds” in 3.6 seconds, and its maximum speed is forcibly limited to electronics at around 300 kilometers per hour. The car received an exhaust system with electronically controlled dampers, which allow the driver to change the volume of the output sound.
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In addition, the tuners reconfigured the adaptive air suspension, due to which the ground clearance was reduced by 30 millimeters. In addition, you can order 22-inch wheels, as well as aerodynamic elements and inserts from the carbon.
Previously, the tuning studio Brabus presented a revised version of the new generation Mercedes-Benz G-Class SUV, as well as a 125-strong Smart ForTwo cabriolet, which will be released in a limited edition of 125 copies.