Brabus Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 S Coupe

Nov 13, 2015

Category: Rides

The Mercedes-AMG GLE GLE 63 S Coupe already came standard with a whopping 576 horsepower, which would serve most car-enthusiast’s needs. Not Brabus, though, as the Benz tuner has dialed up the intensity a notch to bring the car up to a massive 690 hp.

The 114 HP addition was created by using modifications to the luxury crossover’s intake, charge-air pipes, engine control unit and exhaust. On top of that, Brabus upgraded the turbo spools, boosting torque up to 708 pound-feet. Now, the car goes 0-62 in just 4.0 seconds flat, and it hits a top speed of 186 mph. What’s more, Brabus says that they can tweak the car even more if buyers want, claiming the company can get the car to hit 838 hp and a 1,069 lb-ft, which will allow the car to hit 200-mph. These numbers were once considered impressive for supercars, but let’s not forget that this is a luxury SUV.

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