With 831hp and 1,082ft-lbs of torque on tap, a sub-three-second 0-60mph time, and an MSRP starting at over $200,000, the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E-Performance is already a wildly elite vehicle, offering genuine supercar-levels of performance in a more understated daily-drivable package. Despite its already wildly impressive capabilities, the team at legendary automotive tuning outfit BRABUS has opted to build on the AMG-spec model, bestowing it with its signature cosmetic and performance upgrades in order to deliver the all-new BRABUS 930 Supercar.
Starting under the hood, the BRABUS 930 packs a twin-turbocharged in-house-tuned 4.0-liter V8 that cranks out 930hp and 1,130ft-lbs of torque — with the former figure giving the model its name, just like with BRABUS’ 900-hp Rocket 900 lineup. Paired with an adjustable valve-controlled carbon-titanium exhaust with twin 3.5” dual-unit tailpipes set in carbon surrounds, the eight-cylinder mill allows for a 2.8-second 0-60mph time and a top speed that’s been electronically limited to just over 196mph. The 930 also rides on a set of forged BRABUS Monoblock Z Platinum Edition ten-spoke wheels that have been fitted with BRABUS’ own braking hardware.
In addition to being slightly quicker than the AMG model that it’s based on, the BRABUS 930 is also markedly more stable at speed thanks to the addition of a BRABUS SportXtra suspension lowering module paired with a BRABUS carbon body package that features a rear wing, rear diffuser, grille surrounds, and front splitter — all with their woven construction left on full display. The exterior of this understated high-performance supercar also sports BRABUS fender, trunk lid, and hood badges as well as an illuminated “B” grille logo. In typical BRABUS fashion, the exterior bodykit and upgrades under the hood have been complemented by a luxury bespoke interior. The cabin now boasts BRABUS door locking pins, an aluminum pedal pad set, adjustable accent lighting, a Focal audio system, a slew of anodized frosted red trim elements, and an even more generous array of carbon fiber bits. A special fractal triangular stitch pattern also adorns the interior’s seats and door panels — replacing BRABUS’ standard diamond-quilted motif.
Produced in limited numbers, the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E-Performance-based 2024 BRABUS 930 Supercar is available for order now, with pricing starting at €323,435 (~ $348,550).