Brabus introduced a modified version of the Mercedes-Maybach GLS. The luxury SUV now produces 800 horsepower.
The German tuning company Brabus has launched a more powerful version of the Mercedes-Maybach GLS, named Brabus 800. The car is based on the GLS 600 4Matic model and receives a number of technical and aesthetic changes.
The Brabus 800 features a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that produces 800 horsepower (as its name implies) and 950 Nm of torque. Acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h is achieved in 4.5 seconds, and top speed is electronically limited to 300 km / h. Thus, the engine power has increased significantly from the standard resources of 557 hp and 730 Nm of the GLS 600 4Matic.
Visually, the Brabus 800 differs from the standard model by a more aggressive design and many aerodynamic elements. The car is painted Shadow gray, and the Monoblock M Platinum Edition alloy wheels measure 24 inches.
Several body elements are made of carbon fiber, including widened front wings, a splitter on the front bumper and a speaker under the rear bumper.
New finishes have also been designed there to accommodate the increased evacuation of the car. The intake grille has been enlarged to provide an aggressive design, but also to help increase engine power.
The suspension was also modified, with the car having a ground clearance 25 millimeters lower than a standard GLS. The interior can be configured according to customer preferences, with the finishes painted in the color of the car.
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