Obviously, the stock Mercedes-AMG E63 S was underpowered, so Brabus had to do something about that.
If you’re looking for that one saloon to rule them all, your search just might be over as we believe this modified Mercedes-AMG E63 ticks all the right boxes. It starts off as the range-topping AMG S model and then Brabus puts its tuning knowledge to good use by extracting 789 bhp and a whopping 737 pound-feet of torque at the driver’s disposal from 3,500 rpm. With the newly gained muscle, the four-door supercar needs only three seconds to complete the 0-62 mph journey.
How were they able to extract so much extra power over the regular $104,400 E63 S? The 4.0-litre V8 engine was equipped with a new pair of turbochargers, which are larger than the ones installed by AMG in the standard model. As a reminder, the E63 S offers 603 bhp and 627 lb-ft straight from the factory, so 186 bhp and 110 lb-ft less than this car pampered by Brabus.
Numbers aside, this E63 S is a bit more special than the others thanks to a full body wrap in emerald green with contrasting orange accents on the wheels and brake callipers. Speaking of wheels, the stock alloys are gone as the high-powered saloon now rides on a shiny new set of large 21-inch wheels shod in 265/30 ZR21 front and 305/25 ZR21 rear Continental SportContact 6 tyres.
Aside from getting that lovely wrap, the body is slightly different than what you’ll find on a standard E63 S supplied by Mercedes. For example, this car has gained a front spoiler lip attachment in glossy carbon fibre and a sports exhaust system with black ceramic-coated tailpipes flanking a new diffuser. The latter incorporates an F1-styled fog light, while the boot’s spoiler lip is finished in carbon fibre to nicely round off the upgrades.