Making sports car lovers happy is no easy task which is why auto manufacturers continue to push themselves to reach heights. The Mercedes AMG S63 Cabriolet is powerful on its own.
The car can render a total of 577 horsepower and has a cool 664 lb feet of torque. But, for those who are still not satisfied with what this beast has to offer, the Brabus is there with their own version of the Cabriolet. The base model is powered by a 5.5-liter V 8 twin turbo engine which has been tweaked to offer the best of its performance. The tuners who have worked on the model claimed that they have made the most powerful version of the car yet.
Named the Brabus 850 6.0 Biturbo Cabriolet, the model made its official debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans racing circuit. It is an endurance test where all the top brands show their new cars in a line up before the actual test begins. The new S63 created by Brabus is, hold your breath, capable of delivering 838 horsepower coupled with 848 lb feet of torque. The base model tweaked by AMG delivers a meager 577 horsepower which when pitted against the new version seems like the car is on steroids and might probably even fly.
From a different perspective, the version offered by AMG is more than enough for any average human to reach his or her destination by road. But, for those who simply can’t get enough and like to tweak it further, Brabus will do it for you. The Mercedes AMG S63 Cabriolet can be modified according to their specifications and when you do so, the company provides a warranty for up to 62,000 miles for the work done. Worth the investment!
They directly work on the powertrain to achieve the feat by upgrading the 5.5-liter engine to a 5.9-liter variant which is very close to 6,000 cc. The Cabriolet can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 3.5 seconds. The top speed that the car can achieve is pegged at 217 miles per hour. It is equipped with large 21-inch wheels which can be upgraded to 22-inch if the buyer is open to paying additional costs. The official Brabus badging will be found on the car. The exterior and interior design remains largely similar as the company focused mostly on the performance aspect of the S63.