They've already gotten a stately Mercedes E-Class to hit nearly 218 mph using a V12 bored out to 6.3 liters. Now the Brabus boys are offering a similarly extended V8, which they've punched out to 6.1 liters using a nail file and a length of rough twine. However they did it, they say they've upclocked the eight to 462 hp and close to 454 ft.-lbs of torque. That translates to a zero-to-60 time of 4.8 seconds and a top speed of almost 190 mph. All that power to run from the SEC and space to hide all those incriminating files? It's an accountant's dream date.
Brabus-Tuned E V12 Biturbo Sets Record as Fastest Street-Legal Sedan [internal]