Brabus unveiled its performance kit for the latest Mercedes-Maybach S580. This package is called the Brabus 600 and it adds considerable power, luxury, and curb appeal to the already impressive S580. Most notably, the Brabus 600 features an eye-tantalizing turquoise-colored interior.
Visual differences between a stock Maybach S580 and a Brabus 600 starts with a carbon-fiber body kit. This kit features aggressively styled bumper intakes, a front splitter, and a rear diffuser. In addition, the ultra-luxury sedan gains a Shadow Chrome finish and a new set of Shadow Gray 22-inch Brabus Monoblock M “Platinum Edition” forged wheels. As an added touch, the Brabus badge can be seen on the car’s front fenders and D-pillars.
However, it’s the Brabus 600’s interior that steals the show. Inside, the Turquoise Blue leather upholstery covers the car’s cabin space. The seats feature a “Seashell Diamond” quilting with black piping for added texture. In addition, carbon fiber is visible on the car’s center tunnel, dashboard, and door inserts.
Under the hood, Brabus’ magic touch increases the S580’s power output from 496-hp to 591-hp. Its engine is a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 backed by a nine-speed automatic transmission. As a result, this big luxe sedan packs the muscle to run from zero to 60 in 4.5-seconds and onward to a top speed of 155 mph. However, with an interior this cool, you may find yourself driving slower than usual, with the windows down, to make sure everyone gets a peek.
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