Brabus 800 E V12 Cabriolet Unveiled as World’s Fastest Four Seat Convertible

Brabus 800 E V12 Cabriolet

German tuning powerhouse Brabus has just unveiled the world’s fastest four-seat convertible. The Brabus 800 E V12 Cabriolet starts out as a Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible but undergoes a whole host of tuning mods to transform it into an entirely different beast. The most significant of which is the biturbo 6.3-liter V12 engine good for 788 hp with 811 lb-ft of torque that propels the car from 0-62 mph in just 3.7 seconds on its way to a top speed of 231 mph.

This aftermarket Mercedes convertible also benefits from an wide-body aero-kit made out of carbon fiber, a stainless steel exhaust system with 4 tailpipes, a dropped and stiffened sports suspension as well as 19-inch alloy wheels. The inside is significantly upgraded with a red leather motif that includes a new sport steering wheels, lots of carbon fiber trim and a new speedometer that maxes out at 250 mph (400 Km/h). Every car is built to order with pricing starting at a mere $681,200.

Source: Brabus

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  1. Jake B.

    This pricey drop top is amazingly well-crafted! What an aggressive beast it is! Brabus has done a fantastic job on this Merc. It just can’t get better than this. Hopefully, the beast can also handle the wind noise efficiently at top speeds. The turbulence was becoming so irritating that I was about to get rid of my Cabrio, but fortunately, the hassle could be reined in on time when my car guy mounted the BackBlade windstop on my roadster!

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