The Brabus Rocket 900 is based on the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S 4Matic+ but receives 888bhp and 922lb ft of torque!
Limited to just 10 models, the Brabus Rocket 900 is one of the most outlandish cars to be unveiled in 2020. The increase in power to 888bhp and 922lb ft of torque has been achieved by increasing the engine’s capacity from a 4.0-litre biturbo V8 to a 4.5-litre biturbo V8 via a new crankshaft, larger, forged pistons and stronger billet conrods. It also gets new turbos, a carbon fibre air intake, an improved fuel system, new performance exhaust and an ECU remap.
This now means that the MCT 9-speed automatic-equipped Brabus Rocket 900, alongside the AWD system, can complete 0-62mph in just 2.8 seconds and goes on to reach 186mph in just 23.9 seconds. The top speed has been limited though, to 205mph… this is due to the tyres.
The standard suspension has been recalibrated and allows for a 25mm drop. You also get carbon ceramic brakes.
As you can see from the photos, the engine isn’t the only area to receive an upgrade, with a new carbon fibre widebody kit also being used to allow for a wider staggered 21/22 inch Monoblock Z wheels. Brabus says the bodykit was designed in a wind tunnel to ensure greater aerodynamics.
Inside you’ll find various touches to Brabus including a crest coat of arms dotted about.
Want one? Well, there’s only 10 examples being built and you’ll also need the tidy sum of about £390,000…