Brabus Rocket CLS V12 S overview
The Brabus Rocket CLS V12 S is powered by a twin-turbo BRABUS SV12 S engine, fitted into the tight confines of the 4-doors engine bay with almost surgical precision. The engine is based on the latest 600-series 12-cylinder engines and was developed by BRABUS with the goal of combining maximum power with exquisite running smoothness and maximum environmental. A special crankshaft, larger bore cylinder and larger forged pistons increase displacement from 5.5 to 6.3 liters. Airflow in both intake and outlet manifolds of both cylinder heads is optimized and sport camshafts are installed. More specs and user manual of Brabus Rocket CLS you can see in next review.
Brabus Rocket CLS V12 S specifications
Model: Brabus Rocket CLS V12 S
Engine Location: Front
Drive Type: Rear Wheel
Engine and transmission
Engine Configuration: V
Horsepower: 730hp (537.3KW) @5100rpm
Torque: 1101.1Nm @2100rpm
Fuel Type Gasoline: Petrol
Chassis and dimensions
Seating Capacity: 4
Acceleration: 0—60 mph 3.9 seconds.
Top Speed: 350 km/h | 217.5 mph (limited)
Front Brakes: 12-piston aluminum fixed calipers
Rear Brakes: 6-piston aluminum fixed calipers
Front Brake Size: 375.001 mm | 14.8 in.
Rear Brake Size: 355.001 mm | 14 in.
Tires Front: 255/35 ZR 19
Rear: 285/30 ZR 19
Wheels Front: Brabus Monoblock S light-alloy wheels
Rear: Brabus Monoblock S light-alloy wheels