The people who drive Mercedes-Benz supercars, usually have a different understanding of the word power. While the rest of us are satisfied with the 200 horses our cars are capable of churning out, there are a few amongst us who consider these numbers measly. For those power-hungry few, Brabus has unleashed this 600 metric horsepower beast. Based on the Mercedes-AMG GT, this car packs a punch, hard enough to knock most of your car-loving buddies off their feet, every time you drive by. The car’s horsepower has been tuned up from 469hp to the aforementioned 591hp. This, along with 553 pound-feet of torque, is enough to make this car send shivers down the spines of the bravest automotive souls.
And yes, Brabus hasn’t just spent all its time playing around with the car’s engine. The company also offers customer-specific cars, complete with custom fittings to suit an owner’s taste. The demo vehicle sports a full aero kit crafted from carbon fibre, 20 inch mono-block alloys in the front and 21 inch ones at the back, as well as a completely new interior. The car touches the 100km/h mark in well below 3.6 seconds and is capable of touching the 325 km/h line without a whimper, but a pretty loud roar.
[Via : Autoblog]