Brabus 850 6.0 Biturbo based on the Mercedes E 63 AMG Estate debuts in Essen

The Brabus 850 6.0 Biturbo based on the Mercedes E 63 AMG Estate debuts this weekend at the Essen Motor Show.

With amazing performance specs this hot E 63 AMG Estate by Brabus becomes the world’s most powerful street-legal all-wheel-drive wagon. Saloon version will be also available.

Power comes from the most powerful BRABUS engine to date, the new 850 6.0 Biturbo V8.

The displacement of the V8 twin-turbo engine is increased from 5,461cc to 5,912cc, Brabus also installed custom turbos with bigger compressors and bespoke exhaust manifolds.

As a result, the power is up from the standard 577bhp and 800Nm of torque to an impressive 838bhp and electronically limited 1,450 Nm of torque.

The BRABUS 850 6.0 Biturbo high-performance engine can be installed in a rear-wheel-drive or 4MATIC all-wheel-drive E 63 AMG, with the four-wheel-drive version accelerating from 0-62mph in just 3.1 seconds and to an electronically limited top speed of 186mph.

AS the saloon has a lower rear-axle load it has a top speed of up to 217mph.

Other updates include new aerodynamic body kit with carbon fibre front spoiler lip and a diffuser insert, as well as sports exhaust with new quad pipes and Brabus alloy wheels in sizes 19 and 20 inches.

The interior customization options include different leathers, Alcantara, aluminium shift paddles, carbon fibre trim and other goodies.


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  • leej

    I can remember when Chrysler shocked the world with a 180 HP engine and Offenhauser racing engines were 340 HP. now it seems like less than 400 HP is weak-need. my 140 HP TDI is more than adequate.