Brabus has been designing Mercedes cars since 1977 with one goal: performance. The Mercedes S65 Coupé thus became the Brabus 900. Its V12 is overhauled and is improved to a 6.3L, receiving new turbos to achieve an overall 900 horsepower. The result is radical, and the astronomically high 1500Nm is fed to the rear wheels. Despite the weight of the German coupé, 0 to 100 km/h is shattered in 3,7 seconds and the maximum speed surges beyond 350 km/h. The manufacturer having since become official, the Mercedes star on the radiator grill lets the Brabus logo take its place.