Brabus, the renowed German tuner responsible for untethered versions of already incredible automobiles, has just released the ridiculously fast Brabus Bullit Coupe 800 for the Geneva Auto Show. Based on the current C63 AMG, this iteration is far more potent, with a fat twin-turbo V12 from the S600 shoehorned into the engine bay. Brabus even upped the displacement from a healthy 5.5 liters to 6.3 liters with an output of 788 horsepower. The performance is astounding, with 60 arriving in 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 230 mph. With all this power and capability — aerodynamics, cooling and appropriate downforce must come into play, so Brabus installed a big ram air hood scoop for the enlarged header, custom exhaust manifolds, carbon fiber front spoiler, large front air intakes and a purposeful rear spoiler and air diffuser. Huge brakes bring help tame all this speed down, of course, and the custom Bilstein suspension setup makes sure you’re not just quick in straight line. Finally, the gorgeous matte black paint job and ultra-stealth interior don’t necessarily make this car less noticeable, especially when it’ll fricassee just about everything else on the road.
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