TUNING

Brabus 600 | Mercedes-AMG GT S


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Brabus has launched its exclusive tuning program for the Mercedes-AMG GT S. With an output increase to 441 kW (591 bhp) and a peak torque figure of 750 Nm, the bi-turbo V8-powered Brabus 600 sprints from 0-100km/h in 3.6 seconds and reaches a top speed of 325 km/h.

The front bumper of the car receives a visual upgrade with the Brabus front spoiler, which also helps reduce lift at high speed and results in increased stability. The two Brabus covers for the side air intakes of the bumper lend the GT S an even more striking appearance while optimizing the routing of cool air.

Brabus also sharpens the profile of the sports car; the new design air outlets for the front fenders give the GT S a full-blooded racing touch. They immediately catch the eye due to their integrated Brabus logotypes that light up in blue when the keyless-entry remote or a door handle are operated. The new rocker panels give the front-engine sports car an even lower and sleeker visual stance. They also optimize the airflow between the front and rear wheel arches.

The rear receives a more athletic look with the diffuser featuring tailor-made cutouts for the four tailpipes of the Brabus sports exhaust system. In addition, these aerodynamic-enhancement components also contribute to optimized handling stability at high speeds.

The forged wheels were custom-developed for the GT S and also play an essential role in the thrilling Brabus look. The staggered wheel combination with diameters of 20 inches on the front axle and 21 inches at the rear adds further emphasis to the wedge shape of this high-performance coupe.

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