Brabus recently unveiled its version of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible known as the E V12 Cabriolet – which is now the fastest four-seater convertible out. Inside, out, and under, the E-Class has received admirable attention from Brabus.
How fast does the world’s fastest cabriolet go? Fast enough to get you 0-62 in 3.7 seconds. Brabus modified the biturbo V12 with upgraded exhaust manifolds, turbo size, and water-to-air intercoolers. Displacement has been bored out 6.3-liters. The engine delivers 800-hp at 1,047 lb-ft of torque, and can take the car all the way up to 231-mph.
All that power is housed by a custom ram-air hood crafted of carbon-fiber, as is the rest of body kit. Air outlets get rid of hot air more efficiently, and the front apron keeps the front end down to the pavement, and houses a distinctive set of LEDs. The car was widened overall and gets 10-inch wide wheels wrapped in 295/30 ZR 19 tires to match.
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Ten suspension options are available thanks to the specially made suspension. The height on the E-Class can also be adjusted within a 35 millimeter range.
The inside of the Mercedes is covered in red and black leather. New parts include a steering wheel, redesigned dash, and center console.
Custom orders can be picked up starting at $681,200.
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– By: Alexandr Koken