2011 Brabus Mercedes-Benz 800 E V12 Cabriolet

The 2011 BRABUS Mercedes-Benz 800 E V12 Cabriolet is a big and powerful Sports Car known for its stability at high speeds and powered by the twelve-cylinder engine mounted in the body of the open top Mercedes E-Class BRABUS. The BRABUS Mercedes 800 E V12 Cabriolet is considered as the fastest and most powerful four-seater cabriolet with a top speed of 370 km per hour. In building this car, advanced engineering techniques were employed to fit into the car’s engine compartment the 12-cylinder, 3-valve engine and its automatic five speed transmission.

Engine modifications were also made making the crankshaft longer and the pistons larger to match the increase in cylinder bore displacement from 5.5 to 6.3 liters. Much of the changes were done in the engine to maximize performance and at the same time keep the car operating at temperatures ideal for high speed driving. Even the tail pipes were redesigned to accommodate increase in the turbochargers’ capacity.

Only modern technology can create a great sports car like the BRABUS Mercedes Benz 800E Cabriolet. Carbon fiber parts were used to extend the fenders and accommodate the wider tires. The dashboard, center console and side trims were all replaced with carbon fiber to accommodate the modern amenities, gadgets and gauges like the 400 km speedometer, evidence of the larger speed capacity that the car can attain.

Specifications

General Info
Vehicle Type: Sedan Modified Price: $348,000.00
Fuel Tank Capacity: 21.1 gallons (79.8 liters)* Miles Per Gallon: 15 city / 23 hwy*
Dimensions
Length: 191.7 in. (486.9 cm)* Width: 81.5 in. (207 cm)*
Height: 57.9 in. (147 cm)* Wheel Base: 113.2 in. (287.5 cm) *
Curb Weight: 4034 lbs (1829.8 kg)* Ground Clearance: 4.1 in. (10.4 cm)*
Luggage Capacity: 15.9 cu ft* Maximum Seating: 5 people
Performance
Engine: 6.3liter V12 Twin Turbochargers Displacement: 6.3 LITERS
Horsepower: 788 HP Max RPM: 5500 RPM
Torque: 811 lb-ft Transmission: 7-Speed Automatic
0-60 mph: 3.7 seconds Best Speed: 231 mph (370 km/h)

*BASE MODEL SPECIFICATIONS