Brabus transforms Mercedes-AMG C63 S Estate into a 650 hp beast

Article by Christian A., on January 18, 2017

Incredible Hulk is not your typical superhero yet he has avid followers around the world. In our opinion, he has inspired the creation of a monstrous package for the Mercedes-AMG C63 S Estate.

In the world of aftermarket automotive tuning, Germany-based Brabus GmbH has been known for its ability to transform vehicles – most of which are Mercedes-Benz nameplates – into something that doesn’t only look powerful but also performs like monsters on the road. Yet, these Brabus-tuned Mercedes vehicles aren’t monstrous villains, but are road heroes that take their drivers and/or passengers from one place to another comfortably and luxuriously. The upgrades are definitely not limited to its looks.

This AMG C63 S Estate is wrapped in a lime green exterior – similar to the radioactive color of the Incredible Hulk. However, unlike the Incredible Hulk who is muscular and rugged, this Brabus AMG C63 S Estate is stylish and elegant.

The lime green exterior color of this Brabus-tuned AMG C63 S Estate is accentuated by three stripes – one thin and two thick stripes – running from the grille upwards to the bonnet and ends on the border between the hood and the windshield. These stripes then resume halfway through the rear portion of the roof flowing through the spoiler. They are interrupted by the rear window until they show up again and run to the rear bumper.

Easily noticeable are some blacked out portion of the Brabus-tuned AMG C63 S Estate like its wheels, window borders, side mirror housing, front and rear bumpers as well as the front lip spoiler. In addition, the Brabus-tuned Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG S Estate features a black out grille with black dual horizontal bars. Also noticeable is the absence of Mercedes star logo on the center portion of the grille, as it has been replaced by the logo of the German-based tuner. This Brabus-tuned AMG C63 S Estate also features the Brabus badge on the left side of the rear end, as complemented by the number “650” on the other side. A V8 Turbo badge can also be found near the front wheel arch on the driver’s side.

As you may have guessed, the “650” badge on the rear end indicates the new power level of the Brabus-tuned AMG C63 S Estate. Brabus’ projects have always entailed a significant boost in power, and this AMG C63 S Estate is no exception. In base form, the 4.0-liter V8 turbo engine of the AMG C63 S Estate delivers 510 PS (503 hp) of max output and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) of peak torque.

Sent through a seven-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels, this level of power allows the AMG C63 S Estate to accelerate from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.1 seconds. However, Brabus tuned this V8 engine to deliver 650 PS and 820 Nm (604 lb-ft), allowing the AMG C63 S Estate to sprint from nil to 100 km/h in 3.8 seconds.

Looks like Brabus really managed to transform the hero in AMG C63 S Estate to a superhero with boosted power and dynamic looks.

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