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Once upon a time in the 70's, Mercedes Benz made the world's fastest four-door: the 300SEL 6.3. Fast forward to Frankfurt; Brabus' power-crazed spannermeisters have finally recaptured the crown for the three-pointed star with a heavily-modded Mercedes CLS. The uber-tuner claims their inventively-named "Brabus Rocket" tops-out at 217mph (electronically limited due to tire limitations, natuerlich). Nostalgia lovers will be delighted to hear that a 6.3-liter twin-turbo V12 provides propulsion, stumping-up a scarcely credible 730hp @ 5100 rpm. Serving platter-sized ceramic brakes and an optional coil-over suspension should help owners' maintain their lifestyle, while the usual Brabus "pimp my Benz" extras will proclaim your max speed dominance. Over to you Bentley...

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