The Mercedes-Maybach S600 is a very luxurious car, focused to offer comfort to the max. Performance too is good, until Brabus wanted to fiddle with the car.
The standard Mercedes-Maybach is powered by a 6.0-litre, twin-turbo, V12 engine that produces a massive 523 horsepower, which is a powerful engine.
Now, Brabus, worked on that engine with a custom Brabus billet crankshaft, with longer stroke and a larger cylinder bore, matching forged pistons and precision-balanced connecting rods.
The company also replaced the stock turbos with turbochargers that have a larger compressor unit and a larger turbine. Brabus also worked on the exhaust system, replacing the original with a high performance free flow exhaust made of stainless-steel.
After all that and a touch of styling tweaks like Brabus aerodynamic kit and Brabus Monoblock "Platinum Edition" 21-inch forged wheel, they had a result—an 888 horse powered monster that weighs over 2.8 tons and can sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds! It also has a top speed of 350 km/h!
The car develops 1,500 Nm of peak torque—enough to spin the world in the opposite direction! Now that power!