Brabus B63 S based on Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG

Brabus B63 S based on Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG
Brabus B63 S

German super-tuner Brabus has released its new B63 S power upgrade program for the not so recent Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG four-door coupe. Judging by the press photos that you can see above and right after the jump, the tuning kit also includes an appearance package that doesn’t do much in improving the vehicle’s ugly exterior, but still helps it stand out in the morning traffic.



Being pretty powerful as it is, the CLS 63 AMG gets its 6.2-liter V8 engine’s power further increased to impressive 550 hp with peak torque jumping through the roof and reaching 650 Nm.

Brabus B63 S (engine)

This is done with the help of chip-tuned ECU module with remapped injection and ignition systems as well as new sport air filter for the intake and high-performance metal catalysts with low back pressure in the exhaust system.

After all the modifications the Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG coupe takes only 4.3 seconds to jump from zero to 62 mph and reaches a top speed of almost 206 mph.

The Brabus B63 S kit is available for all 63 AMG series vehicles and may be combined with such amenities as Brabus locking differential with a locking rate of up to 40 per cent; custom rims/tires combinations in sizes 11Jx23 and up to 315/25 R 23 respectively; and a lowering module for the ABC suspensions decreasing vehicle’s ground clearance by about 20 mm (~0.8″).

There is also an option of installing Brabus performance brakes with ceramic discs and so on.

So, do you want to make your baby even faster?

Photos: Brabus

See also: 2006 Mercedes-Benz CLS-based Brabus Rocket