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Geneva 2011: Brabus SLS AMG 700 BiTurbo

Geneva 2011 Brabus SLS AMG 700 BiTurbo

Brabus has unveiled the 700hp BiTurbo performance package for the Mercedes SLS AMG at the Geneva Motor Show.

Presented for the first time in August 2010, Brabus has already a history with upgrading the Mercedes SLS AMG. The German tuner presented the SLS AMG Widestar at the Essen Motor Show back in December. They also released a sneak preview a few days ago.

The technical headline figures are 700hp at 6,600rpm and a peak torque of 850Nm at 4,300rpm, which gives the car enough power to reach a top speed of 340km/h. To achieve this, Brabus have used custom-developed twin-turbochargers fitted with air diverter valves. What’s more, these turbochargers both rotate different ways; the left side turning left of the engine and the right side turning right.

More information on the package can be found here



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