BRABUS ROCKET 800
German tuner Brabus has its world premiere at the Frankfurt Motor Show the new Rocket 800, based on the new CLS. 800 hp engine allows the vehicle a top speed of 370 km / h. See how much the new “rocket”!Brabus builds for many years the fastest street cars in the world.
This tradition began in 1996 with the BRABUS E V12 that had a top speed of 330 km / h and continued in 2003, with the E V12 Biturbo which reached 350 km / h. In 2006 the BRABUS ROCKET, built in a small production run based on the first generation Mercedes-Benz CLS, improved speed record at 365.7 km / h.Brabus E V12 “one of ten” based on the latest E-Class, pushed the record to 370 km / h.
Making its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2011 Brabus Rocket 800 continues this success story.Ultra-performance model based on the new generation Mercedes-Benz CLS is powered by a Brabus V12 Biturbo 800 6.2-liter that produces 800 hp and 1420 Nm (limited to 1,100 Nm).This exclusive Brabus Rocket 800, built to order for a starting price of 429,000 euros, a top speed of 370 km / h and accelerates from 0-300 km / h in just 23.8 seconds (0-100 km / h in 3.7 seconds).Average fuel consumption is 15.7 litres/100 km.
BRABUS recently gave a first teaser photo published a model that seems to be Mercedes-Benz CLS.Because of red cloth that covers the vehicle can not see too many details out large air intakes front spoiler with daytime running lights LED located in the extremities, and side mirrors mounted on top of the door.