The Brabus Rocket 900 Coupe has made its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2016. Brabus are well known for their high-horsepower take on Mercedes-Benz luxury sedans. The Brabus Rocket 900 Coupe is built upon the Mercedes-AMG S 65 Coupe and features some familiar upgrades together with a black exterior! We took a closer look.

the Brabus Rocket 900 features larger pistons as well as turbochargers featuring larger compressor units and a larger turbine. Elsewhere, 80 mm downpipes have been installed alongside modified exhaust manifolds. A new air intake system is also found on the Brabus Rocket 900 with it drawing in cold air directly from the radiator and front grille. The new intake manifold also features gold heat reflection to ensure it always provides maximum power in even the hottest conditions.

All told, the car pumps out 900 hp at 5500 rpm and 1106 lb-ft of torque at 4200 rpm. In order to protect the gearbox, torque has been limited to 884 lb-ft. Nevertheless, the car will still sprint to 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds and a 350 km/h top speed.

Brabus has not released pricing detail yet, but expect the car to demand a significant premium over the standard S 65 AMG. Brabus will offer the car as a complete package or as a package where you bring them your S 65 and have it modified.

For more details, check out our earlier Brabus Rocket 900 Coupe article. For more from the Geneva Motor Show 2016, be sure to keep checking our dedicated news channel.

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