To make his car stand out from the crowd, the owner of this Mercedes-AMG S63 Cabriolet called on the famous German tuners Brabus and Fostla. The resulting collaboration is an atypical AMG S63 convertible that is sure to grab your attention.
The original Mercedes-AMG S63 already looks aggressive. But Brabus accentuated the muscular design of the large convertible by installing an assortment of carbon fiber add-ons., including a new front fascia, spoiler and rear diffuser. Fostla then applied a specific “Olea Green” paint with anti-shatter protection. The 21-inch Brabus Monoblock M “Platinum Edition” rims wrapped in 255/35 R21 tires at the front and 295/30 R21 at the rear contribute to the more bestial look of the car. A Brabus sports exhaust also enhances the soundtrack of this AMG S63’s twin-turbo V8.
Brabus is renowned for making Mercedes even more powerful than they already are. We think in particular of creations like the 900 hp Brabus G V12 900 based on the G-Class or the Brabus Rocket 900 based on the AMG GT63 S. But this time, this S63 convertible has been left original under the hood. .
Just the look?
Under the hood we find a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 that develops 612 horsepower and 900 Nm of torque. Coupled with a nine-speed automatic transmission sending power to all four wheels, this allows the German convertible to sprint from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.4 seconds and reach a top speed of 300 km / h. This should be enough for ordinary people to have fun!
It’s unclear how much the owner paid for this one-of-a-kind Mercedes-AMG S63, but it arguably cost a lot more than the original car which starts from $ 202,600. If you want more power, Mercedes-AMG is also gearing up to launch the next-gen AMG S63e which will use a partially electrified twin-turbo V8 generating around 700 horsepower.