Brabus S Class Long is an exclusive, exotic, and expensive facelift of the Mercedes S Class in a bid to provide full-size luxury which involves acres of new leather and plush amenities that Mercedes won't or cant offer.
Founded almost over 40 years ago Brabus specialize in aftermarket unfitting and restoration services which are taking Mercedes-Benz to new heights. This latest project is the BRABUS S Class Long which is being refined all-round starting with an engine.
The 3-liter engine produces 500 horsepower and 435 lb-ft of torque and can accelerate up to 100 kilometers per hour in just 4.7 seconds making GTI look like a scotch cart.
At the center of the BRABUS 500’s unique identity is its unparalleled interior covered with fine leather made from the highest quality of the material.
The interior is also accentuated by an exclusive trim designer to match the exclusive wish of customers including personalizing changes and signature.
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