All models of Mercedes-Benz fall into the sphere of interest of the famous tuning studio Brabus and the new flagship sedan Mercedes-Maybach S-Class is not an exception. This time, the experts of the German company turned their attention to the car in the S 580 version, which received traditional tuners from Bottrop comprehensive refinement – the car stands out externally, has a more expensive interior, and, of course, differs by significant technical improvements, which are famous for Brabus projects.
The sedan Brabus 600 has received a laconic carbon fiber dodger made of unpainted carbon fiber, which can be glossy or matte, and the details in the studio are called functional. The new bodywork increases downforce and improves airflow to the engine radiator and brake cooling ducts.
The standard wheels give way to the Brabus Monoblock M Platinum Edition 22-inch wheels, which are combined with a reconfigured air suspension with a reduced ground clearance of 20 millimeters.
The power of the standard 503 hp 4.0-liter petrol V8 turbo engine was increased to 600 horsepower due to a new control unit and more productive turbines, and the torque rose from 700 Nm to 800 Nm. The improvements have improved the dynamics of acceleration from a place up to 100 kilometers per hour to four seconds, and the maximum speed is 250 kilometers per hour, forcibly limited by electronics.
The key feature of the Brabus 600 is the interior. The show car interior is completely covered with turquoise blue leather and Alcantara of the same color, which is supplemented by carbon fiber decorative panels. At the customer’s request, the studio is ready to use any other materials and their colors.