The Mercedes-Benz AMG E63S gets bigger turbochargers and a long list of improvements both inside and out.
The Mercedes-Benz AMG E63S is offered as both a sedan and a wagon, and both are among the most powerful models in their class. The standard, twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 delivers 603 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque. This makes the E63S one of the most powerful sedans and wagons in the world, while the standard 4Matic all-wheel drive system contributes to it. They are among the fastest production cars in the world and sprint in the range of 3 seconds to 60 miles per hour.
For most people, that’s a lot of accomplishment in the real world, but for potential AMG E63S buyers who want more and a unique look, Brabus has the answer.
According to CarBuzz, the Brabus 800 package is available for both the AMG E63S sedan and the station wagon and increases the output in both models to 800 hp and 1000 Newton meters of torque, which corresponds to 737 lb-ft for American drivers.
AMG E63S with great performance
The heart of the Brabus 800 package is under the hood, where the team increases the output of the AMG 4.0-liter V8 with two turbochargers.
Brabus adds larger turbochargers, an air intake system for carbon fiber engines, a stainless steel exhaust system, and engine tuning that boosts power to the aforementioned 800 hp and 737 lb-ft of torque. With the help of the tuned 9-speed automatic transmission and the advanced all-wheel drive, the AMG E63S equipped with Brabus 800 sprints flat in just three seconds and with a long pull from a stop to 60 miles per hour, the juiced sedan or car can reach a top speed of 190 miles per hour.
The stainless steel exhaust system not only offers more power, but also has adjustable internal flaps with which the driver can control the sound and volume of his Brabus 800 AMG E63S.
Unique design appointments
In addition to the additional performance, the Brabus 800 package for the Mercedes-Benz AMG E63S adds a long list of outer bits, most of which are shiny visible carbon fiber. This includes a front chin spoiler, parts of the grille, the rear diffuser, the rear wing and side skirts. There’s also an illuminated Brabus badge in the grille and a handful of other unique badges on the outside.
The exterior is rounded off by a set of unique 21-inch light alloy wheels from Brabus Monoblock Z, which are wrapped Continental Conti Sportcontact 6 tires.
The standard interiors of the Brabus 800 package for the Mercedes-Benz E63S are simple and start with stainless steel door sills with a backlit Brabus logo that changes color with the interior lighting. There are also light-colored aluminum pedals and door lock pins, but for buyers who want a more unique look, Brabus has a long list of interior options, including bespoke leather seat designs.
As impressive as the exterior looks with all the carbon fiber components, the fully equipped cabin with the Brabus leather is just as impressive.
What we don’t know about the Brabus 800 package for the Mercedes-Benz AMG E63S is the price. The German tuning company doesn’t list prices on the website, but with a standard E63S starting at $ 107,000, anyone serious about buying a Brabus model should be prepared to pay well above that figure. For that unknown price, however, you can get one of the fastest four-door cars in the world.