The 82nd edition of Geneva Motor Show is going to open its doors to members of the press tomorrow, so automakers and tuners are getting busy trying to get everyone’s attention when it comes to presenting their new models or in this case their new range of upgrades.
Brabus is already known as a tuner who built some of the world’s fastest cars based on various Mercedes models, and this year in Geneva their will expand their range of ‘world’s fastest’ with the addition of the Bullit Coupe based on the 2-door version Mercedes C Class.
The Brabus Bullit Coupe packs no less than 800 horsepower from a 5.5-litre S Class sourced engine which has been increased to 6.3-litres, and is also capable of producing a monstrous 1,420 Nm (1047 lb-ft) of torque that had to be electronically limited to 1,100 Nm (833 lb-ft) most likely in order to prevent the transmission from snapping.
Brabus claims the Bullit Coupe can rocket from 0 to 100 Kmph (0 to 62 mph) in 3.7 seconds (0 to 200 Kmph / 124 mph in 9.8 seconds), and that its top speed is 370 Km/h (230 mph).
How much does the world’s fastest C Class cost? well 449,820 Euros in Germany, which is the equivalent of around 594,000 USD.

Source: BRABUS