Mercedes-Benz Brabus SLR McLaren

Tuesday, December 4, 2007 |
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It is a dream of any man. A car for those who love the speed, comfort and luxury.

The Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren is one of the world's most fascinating sports cars. Following their credo that the best is just good enough for Brabus the engineers and designers at Brabus have developed an exclusive sport program for the two-seater. It lets owners of the top-of-the-line Mercedes-Benz models further individualize their vehicles.

Brabus equips the SLR with a special self-locking differential. Its 40 percent locking rate further optimizes the super sports car's traction and thus further improves acceleration.

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In Brabus Racing version with performance-improving fuel cooling, custom camshafts and an open racing exhausts system maximum power output of the supercharged V8 engine increases to 660 bhp / 486 kW at 6,500 rpm. The exhaust system is not certified for use on public roads. Thus equipped the SLR storms to 62 mph from rest in just 3.6 seconds and reaches a top speed of up to 210 mph.

Most Powerful convertable evermade - Brabus S Turbo Roadster. The secret to all this speed is the ENGINE.

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1 COMMENTS on "Mercedes-Benz Brabus SLR McLaren"

Dennis on 10:15 AM said...

Toys for the big boys – that’s the best description of such exotic luxury cars. Rolls-Royce Phantom and other exotic luxury cars are definitely not in the same level as your ordinary car. These are high-end cars and limos that work several notches better than any other car during its prime. Sometimes, exotic cars are referred to as super cars. But however you call them, one thing’s certain – these are cars that make heads turn 180 degrees.

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