The Brabus Bullit Coupe 800 will make its international launch at the Geneva Motor Show this week. It is founded in a small-series production based on the two-door Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG Back Series Coupe model. A twelve-cylinder engine in the specification of Brabus 800 V12 Biturbo is utilized, replacing the 6.3-liter fast-revving V8 engine that powers the production vehicle.
This results to 800 hp (788 bhp) / 588 kW and a peak torque of 1,420 Nm (1,047 lb-ft). The vehicle can accelerate to 100 km/h (62 mph) from a standstill in 3.7 seconds and to 300 km/h (186 mph) in 23.8 seconds. It can achieve a top speed of more than 370 km/h (230 mph).
The aerodynamic capabilities of the supercar were enhanced with a range of components such as the new 20-inch BRABUS Monoblock R wheels, a high-performance brake system, exclusive cockpit design and a sport suspension with customer-selectable ride height and damper rates. The supercar will be available for sale for as low as EUR 378,000 (manufacturer's suggested retail price).
The Brabus Bullit Coupe 800 can also be built on the Black Series C 63 AMG Coupe. This vehicle continues the lineage of Bottrop's high-performance supercars.
The latest and more powerful Brabus Bullit Coupe 800 follows the Brabus Bullit supercars, which are based on the Mercedes C-Class sedan and would each generate 730 hp (720 bhp) / 537 kW, had reached top speeds of at least 360 km/h (224 mph). In addition, the Brabus Bullit Coupe 800 has been founded on the new C-Class Coupe.
Various changes to the strengthened C-Class body were needed to install the turbocharged V12 into the engine bay. The Brabus 800 V12 Biturbo engine is drawn directly from the Brabus E V12 One of Ten. For this purpose, an updated Mercedes S 600 engine is fully reengineered in the company engine building shop.