Tuesday, November 17, 2015


Brabus is becoming the center stage at the 2015 Dubai Engine Show with yet another tuning pack for one of Mercedes' most up to date models. Concurring with the disclosing of the Mercedes S63 AMG Rocket 900 Desert Gold Release, the German tuner has now pulled the spreads off of the Mercedes-AMG GLE 63S - 700. 

The new tuning system is for the GLE 63, Merc's first offering to a car SUV section as of now populated by any semblance of BMW X6 and the Porsche Cayenne. The GLE has yet to pick up the accompanying that it's rivals have had in years, however Mercedes, and Brabus by expansion, would like to change that with projects like this one. 

All over, the B63S - 700 checks all the required boxes of a thorough system. It has restorative overhauls, streamlined upgrades, and motor improvements. It even has a suspension upgrade, which demonstrates how point by point this unit truly is. 

Amidst every one of the progressions made to the GLE 63, despite everything I get the inclination that Merc's car SUV still needs to gain its keep. This Brabus program absolutely gives it a tad bit of validity. Yet, that coin will just stay legitimate for whatever length of time that the GLE 63 is pertinent. It's too soon to say how famous it will be, however at this moment, despite everything it has a great deal of miles to cover before it can get up to speed with its more settled adversaries. As meticulous as Brabus is when it comes to its programs, there are times when the German tuner opts for subtle improvements instead of its penchant to go over-the-top. Such is the case with this program. The GLE 63 gets a few cosmetic and aerodynamic improvements, beginning with a front spoiler lip that helps cut down the lift on the front axle. This, in turn, helps the SUV’s overall handling stability. The side air intakes also gets their own upgrades in the form of ailor-made air deflectors with integrated LED side markers.

The rear section also gets its share of new items. Just like the front spoiler lip, the roof spoiler at the back serves the same function of reducing lift on the rear axle. A new diffuser has been put in place to complement the pair of ceramic-coated designer tailpipe tips on the exhaust system. Carbon surrounds on the side air outlets are aesthetic additions.

The last addition to the GLE 63 is the new set of Monoblock Y "PLATINUM EDITION" high-tech forged wheels. Customers have a choice of availing these wheels in either 21-, 22-, or 23-inch sizes and should have no problem finding suitable tire partners from Continental, Pirelli, or Yokohama tires.The interior of the GLE 63 has been dressed to the nines, even if the overall layout remains the same. The highlight of the modifications is the azure-blue Mastik leather. The color creates a nice contrast to the black leather that’s been fitted throughout the cabin. Square quilting patterns can also be seen on the seats and the center sections of the door panels. Brabus Brabus also added a number of custom accessories to complete the interior upgrades. For starters, the stock door lock pins and pedals have been replaced with aluminum. Stainless-steel scuff plates, each with a backlit logo of the German tuner, have also bee installed to match the crossover’s interior ambience lighting. As most high-performance SUVs go, performance is one of the most important, if not the most important quality to have. Mercedes-AMG addressed that by giving the GLE 63 S a 5.5-liter, twin-turbo, V-8 engine that produces an impressive 577 horsepower and 561 pound-feet of torque. Fortunately for us, Brabus took that engine and its corresponding numbers and determined that it wasn’t enough, hence the addition of the new B63S - 700 performance kit that adds massive amounts of power to the SUV.

Just like the recently reviewed S65 AMG Desert Edition, Brabus added two special turbochargers to the V-8 mill of the GLE 63. These turbos come with larger compressor units, allowing them to produce higher boost pressure that aids in a smoother power distribution from the engine. The German tuner also installed gold sheathing on the intake and charge-air pipes. In addition, a new exhaust system with free-flow catalysts and 3-inch down pipes have been put in place to create better interplay among the new components.

As a result of these modifications, the GLE 63 is now able to produce an astonishing 691 horsepower and 708 pound-feet of torque — good enough to drop the SUV’s 0-to-62-mph sprint time from 4.2-seconds to a 4.0-seconds and improve the top speed from 155 mph to 186 mph. The improved output still sends the power generated by the V-8 to the two rear wheels courtesy of a new SPEEDSHIFT PLUS 7G-TRONIC transmission system.

On the off chance that these numbers aren't up to your loving, Brabus is likewise offering a different motor program that is as of now been highlighted in these pages back in September 2015. This system, called the Brabus 850 6.0 Biturbo 4x4 Car, depends on the Mercedes GLE 63 Car. The dislodging has been expanded to 6.0-liters and the subsequent yield hitting 850 drive and 1,069 pound-feet of torque. In the event that you thought the 700 pack is quick, the 850 is much speedier. It gives the GLE 63 enough squeeze to drive from 0-to-62 mph in 3.8-seconds to run with a top rate of 200 mph. Brabus' dedication to enhancing the SUV's corrective and execution qualities didn't come to the detriment of the GLE 63's suspension. The German tuner additionally did take a shot at that respect, including a control module for the AIRMATIC air suspension. The setup drops the SUV's general ride stature by 1.4-inches, bringing about a brought down focal point of gravity that ought to enhance its taking care of abilities. 

Brabus hasn't recorded a cost yet for the B63S - 700 execution unit yet in the event that the past 850 system is any sign, don't anticipate that this update will come modest. The 850 has a recorded cost of €289,218.79, which would be around $324,600. Doing somewhat scientific acrobatic, the B63S - 700 tuning pack could be valued at some place around $270,000. That is only an unpleasant appraisal on my part so don't take that to the bank.

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