Brabus 850 Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet
Brabus 850 is 50 horsepower less looks even more badass than 900, especially when based on the S-Class Cabriolet. It's both dandified and disgustingly mighty, making us glad that Mercedes abandoned the CL-Class and decided to make a thing convertible as well.
2016 has arguably been the year of the G500 4x4. But the rectangle wasn't as sensational when it approached out as the S-Class Cabrio. Especially in organism, this one looks like a return to the honor days of Mercs that seemed impossible and out of this world. Like every other Brabus 850, this starts as the S63 AMG, so it starts off with the 5.5-liter twin-turbo V8 motor.
The enormous difficulty with this automobile didn't exist when Brabus completed the 850 case. It's the GT C roadster that just approached out. But from the small fortwo to these two, you can honestly say Brabus makes a cabrio for anybody with at least €25,000 to disburse. Anyway, the S63 Cabriolet has collected abundance of black carbon material emotion from Brabus. At the front, you've got a category of lip pronunciation over the intake and a breeze worker. The Brabus opening is air-conditioned too, plus it lights up at dark-hour, which is a good tap.
Around the back, the cut is akin, although the baffle requires lots of carbon. We've always loved those B-shaped gas exhaust ends, but they hide a small confidential not being connected to the motor. The actual gas exhaust is right behind and it sounds inhuman. Cognition you, there aren't many motors that are air-conditioned than this one. The solids have been re-bored, increasing the replacement to 6 liters and the product to 850 PS and 1450 Nm of torque, which is about ten smarts.