One thing almost all high-end Brabus models, distinguished by a big number at the end of their name, have in common is the metallic black paint work which is what gives them that sweet Brabus meanness. Lately though, the tuner has developed a taste for funkier colors, as seen with this green Mercedes-AMG C63 Wagon.
Dubbed “Green Hell, partly because of the paint job and partly because with 650 horsepower it can tear up and down the Nurburgring all day, the unique Brabus Mercedes-AMG C63 Wagon 650 we have here is by far and away the most serious car in the compact high-performance estate market which, truth be told, isn’t that crowded but includes some fine creature such as the Audi RS4.
As mentioned, Brabus has used an uncharacteristically vivid color for this Mercedes-AMG C63 Wagon, but that is what the market wants at the moment. Plus, all the other mean factors are there, including the glossy carbon aero kit, the large black wheels, tailpipes and mirror caps. And they have added a set of black racing stripes to offset the brightness of that severely green paint job and give the car a more racy appearance.
Mechanically, this little family-oriented beast has the 650 package which means the V8 bi-turbo engine in it has been bored and machined and upgraded by Brabus to develop an extra 200 horsepower, give or take. Working in tandem with sport suspension and advanced brakes the power enables this C63 to cash the checks its “Green Hell” name writes.
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