At the Geneva Auto Show, the German aftermarket developer Brabus has displayed Brabus 700 Biturbo, its modification job on a Mercedes-Benz SLS . Brabus has taken the 6.2-liter SLS AMG V8 and attached a pair of turbochargers to the already-excellent mill. Traditionally, twin-turbocharged engines have a pair of turbos both spinning in the same direction. Brabus has fitted a right-turning and left-turning exhaust to the respective sides of the engine, and this allows for optimal air flow into the engine.
Output has gone from 563 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque, up to 700-hp and 626 lb-ft of torque. Mated to a Speedshift DCT 7-speed sport transmission, the Brabus 700 Biturbo goes from 0-62 mph in 3.7 seconds, 0 to 124 mph in 10.2 seconds with a top speed of 213 mph. What’s more, Brabus Monoblock F Platinum Edition wheels are mounted in a staggered combination of size 9.5Jx20 wheels in front and size 11Jx21 on the rear axle. They’ve used Bilestein suspenison for this car, while Brabus sport stabilizers on front and rear axle affect even more agile turn-in ability and further reduced body roll.
Brabus also added its Ride Control smooth-ride suspension available with the optional Brabus Front Lift system. Brabus Front Lift can raise the front axle by 50 mm (2.0 in.). Not only does the car generate more power than the stock SLS AMG, it also has plenty of aerodynamic upgrades that make the car look sportier and far more aggressive. To give it a visual appeal, Brabus added its Widestar body kit featuring a front spoiler, rear spoiler, rear diffuser, wide body paneling for the fenders and side outlets.
Brabus also did well for themselves in giving the SLS a matte gray exterior finish, adding style and class to an already sporty and powerful machine. The interior has also been treated to a number of bespoke Brabus touches, such as a 400km/h speedo cluster and a new Brabus sports steering wheel. There’s also a complete bespoke Brabus cross-stitched leather interior with matching dashboard highlights.