This is what happens when stars collide.
BRABUS represents the elite when it comes to luxurious and powerful cars. It’s known the world over for bringing Mercedes-Benz cars to their absolute full potential when it comes to both opulence and performance. The handcrafted interiors and exterior modifications display painstaking attention to detail, while the performance upgrades are a show of force when it comes to engineering prowess and superior know-how when it comes to speed. With this expertise, BRABUS has announced the BRABUS 700, a new luxury sedan based on the already opulent Rolls-Royce Ghost, making for a car that’s more incredible than anything we’ve seen from the brand before.
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The BRABUS 700 takes the stately look of the Rolls-Royce Ghost and adds plenty of BRABUS touches for a new, sportier look. 22-inch BRABUS Monoblock M “Platinum Edition” wheels make it clear that you’re driving a BRABUS machine. A carbon fiber aero kit and BRABUS “Shadow Chrome” trim serve to both add a unique look and improve driving dynamics. However, the real performance boost comes from the upgraded 6.7-liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine, which produces 700 horsepower and nearly 700 lb/ft of torque, allowing the BRABUS 700 to get from 0-60 in less than 4.6 seconds and achieve an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph.
Then, there’s the interior, which is the point of the most pride for any Rolls-Royce, but especially a BRABUS one. Maintaining BRABUS’s signature look and the utmost luxury, the BRABUS Masterpiece interior features beautifully quilted leather and carbon fiber accents all around, with careful attention to detail paid on every surface you touch or even see. BRABUS and BRABUS Masterpiece badging throughout lets you and your passengers know what kind of machine they have the privilege of being in, but with incredible performance and looks throughout, they likely already have an idea.