For decades, the Mercedes Benz specialist Brabus has struggled to create a number of extremely fast cars. After launched a car that was dubbed as the fastest saloon in the globe, the limited edition Brabus Rocket based on the first generation of the Mercedes-Benz CLS, the company presents a new generation project car in Frankfurt Motor Show.
The previous original Rocket is built based on the second generation of the CLS sports saloon. It is empowered by a greatly revised Mercedes- Benz sourced V12 bi- turbocharged engine.
The vehicle’s engineers have employed the 6.3 liters engine to replace the outgoing 5.5 liters engine. The unit also has got its intake modified, on board electronics system lately configured and high- performance turbochargers which have been redesigned. The engine produces output of as much as 800 hp at 5,500 rpm and reaches its top speed of 1,420 Nm of torque provided from only 2,100 rpm. However it is automatically limited in the car to 1,100 Nm. The power is delivered to the rear wheels through a revised seven-speed quick-shift automatic transmission completed with steering wheel paddles and a limited slip differential.
The company claimed that the vehicle is the world’s fastest street- legal sedan since it is able to attain speed of 370 km/ h or equal to 230 mph. furthermore, the fastest new sedan can accelerated from standstill to 100 km/ h or 62 mph in just 3.7 seconds, reach 200 km/ h in 9.8 seconds while 300 km/ h in just 23.8 seconds.
The Rocket 800 also has got its aerodynamic properties, suspension and brakes modified. The vehicle also available in wide body aero kit on its exterior, such as carbon-fiber fender spread widely on the rear axle, front and rear spoilers, a diffuser etc.
19 inch one- piece Brabus Monoblock F wheels have been equipped into the Rocket 800 framed with 255/35 ZR19 tires up front and 285/30 ZR 19 for the rear. Inside the car also can be found several upgraded, such as aluminum trim, custom upholstery and instrument panel with a 400km/h (250mph) speedometer.