BRABUS supercars have been part of the automotive elite for almost four decades. The new BRABUS ROCKET 900 Coupe based on the Mercedes S 65 which will debut at Geneva Motor Show 2016 now continues this tradition seamlessly. Powered by a BRABUS ROCKET 900 6.3 V12 twin-turbo increased-displacement engine rated at 662 kW / 900 HP (887 bhp) and producing 1,500 Nm (1,106 lb-ft) of torque, this exclusive supercar is one of the most powerful and fastest 2+2-seaters in the world with a top speed in excess of 350 km/h (217 mph).
Of course, BRABUS not only offers high performance in its purest form, but also sporty-elegant design with naked carbon aerodynamic-enhancement components, high-tech forged wheels with diameters of 21 or 22 inches and a luxuriously appointed interior.
The BRABUS 900 ROCKET Coupe is available as a complete car or can be built based on any current Mercedes S 65 Coupe.