BRABUS 800 Roadster based on the Mercedes SL 65 AMG, BRABUS builds the world’s most powerful roadster. The twoseater is powered by a 12-cylinder Biturbo engine uprated by BRABUS T65 RS tuning. It produces 588 kW / 800 hp of power and a peak torque of 1,420 Nm. A sprint time of 3.7 seconds from rest to 100 km/h and of 9.8 seconds to 200 km/h are impressive testaments to the car’s special status that is further bolstered by an electronically limited top speed of 350 km/h.
To master these enormous speeds at all times, a Brabus aerodynamic-enhancement kit for the SL 65 was developed in the wind tunnel. All components are manufactured from carbon fibers and are available either with a matt or high-gloss surface finish.
To get a more sporty appearance and reduce lift on the front axle the Brabus front spoiler attaches to the lower section of the bumper. The sides are refined with custom-tailored attachments for the air vents integrated into the front fenders and with rocker panels. To achieve an optimal aerodynamic balance, the rear section is upgraded with a diffuser insert for the fascia. 20 inch alloys are supplied by Brabus.
The BRABUS front spoiler attaches to the lower section of the bumper. It lends the roadster a more sporty appearance and reduces lift on the front axle. BRABUS covers for the side air vents round out the striking front for the SL 65 AMG. The sides are refined with custom-tailored attachments for the air vents integrated into the front fenders and with rocker panels.
To give the two-seater even more agile handling, BRABUS developed a special control module for the ABC suspension of the SL 65 AMG. It lowers the ride height by about 25 millimeters (1.0 inches). The BRABUS limited-slip rear differential with a locking rate of 40 percent can enhance handling performance further still.