E63 AMG Wagon is a 850HP Brabus Special

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You wouldn’t expect Brabus to come to Essen empty handed, would you?

Brabus will unveil the 2014 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Wagon at the Essen Motor Show this week. The already potent estate has had its twin-turbo V8 bored out from 5.4 to 5.9 liters and comes with custom turbos with bigger compressors, and bespoke exhaust manifolds. Output has been suitably boosted from 585 hp and 590 lb-ft to a monstrous 850 hp and 848 lb-ft of electronically-limited torque.

Compatible with both RWD and 4MATIC versions of the E63 AMG, the upgrade kit enables the wagon to sprint from 0-62 mph in a supercar-killing 3.1 seconds and hit a massive 217 mph when fitted with high-performance rubber. Aesthetic modifications include a carbon-fiber front spoiler lip and diffuser insert, quad exhaust, a range of alloys up to 20 inches in size, and a bespoke cabin that trimmed in leather and Alcantara.

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