With 3.2 seconds of acceleration, the 639-horsepower Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S 4matic + 4 doors is all but slow. He’s actually at 200 sooner than someone first describing his name without error. Brabus, of course, saw this as just a good foundation, so it was thoroughly reworked and in the end turned into a real heavy bomber, which can be seen from afar as something very serious.
The body of the Brabus Rocket 900 is 7.8 centimeters wider, under which there are Brabus Monoblock Z Platinum Edition, carbon-lined, aerodynamic rims, 21 inches at the front and 22 in the rear. With 295 and 335 tires, respectively. It’s insanely wide and it’s still really just glaze.
Fixed rear wings and huge air intakes were also placed on the GT 4 door at the Brabus. There are functional cooling vents everywhere except the headlights at the front, and the ends of the stainless steel exhaust system are integrated into a carbon diffuser at the rear. The exhaust otherwise has electronically controlled valves to keep the Brabus Rocket 900 from going crazy.
A precisely balanced crankshaft and larger forged pistons were fitted to the V8, which has a stroke of 100 mm and a bore of 84 mm, so it is already 4.5 liters (from a 4.0 liter base). Brabus also packed new turbochargers between the cylinder lines and raised the maximum pressure to 1.4 bar. The Rocket 900 delivers 888 horsepower at 6,200 and has 1250 nm of torque from 2,900. So it’s terribly strong.
It accelerates to 100 in 2.8 seconds, the 0-200 sprint lasts only 9.7 seconds from a standing position, and in 23.9 the virtual needle leaves the speedometer at 300. You can split up to 330 km / h in the inner lane of a German motorway, or in a deserted airport, or in a sufficiently long finish line.
Brabus is making 10 pieces of the Rocket 900 and will not be given for pennies. The fully equipped Rocket 900, which is sewn into leather everywhere, is more than 150 million forints.