The BRABUS 930 is The Most Powerful Supercar Of All Time From The German High-End Manufactory

The engineers and designers of Brabus (developed an exclusive four-door hybrid coupe based on the new Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E PERFORMANCE that catapults itself from rest to 100 km/h (62 mph) in a mere 2.8 seconds. The top speed is electronically limited to 316 km/h (196 mph).


Brabus, the renowned German automotive tuner, has once again pushed the boundaries of automotive engineering and design with their latest creation, the Brabus 930. This exclusive four-door hybrid coupe is based on the new Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E PERFORMANCE, and it represents the epitome of power, speed, and luxury. With a stunning design, impressive performance figures, and meticulous attention to detail, the Brabus 930 takes its place as the most powerful creation from Brabus to date.

One of the key highlights of the Brabus 930 is its jaw-dropping acceleration.

Thanks to its powerful hybrid drivetrain, this supercar catapults itself from rest to 100 km/h (62 mph) in a mere 2.8 seconds. Such blistering acceleration puts it in the league of some of the fastest cars in the world. The top speed of the Brabus 930 is electronically limited to 316 km/h (196 mph), ensuring an exhilarating driving experience for those lucky enough to get behind the wheel.

The designers at Brabus have left no stone unturned when it comes to enhancing the aesthetics of the Brabus 930. Tailor-made Brabus exposed-carbon components not only give the car a sporty and aggressive look but also optimize its aerodynamics. The hi-tech Brabus Monoblock Z “PLATINUM EDITION” forged ten-spoke wheels, with sizes ranging from 21 to 22 inches, complement the overall appearance of this supercar, leaving a lasting impression on anyone who lays eyes on it.



Step inside the Brabus 930, and you’ll be greeted by the Brabus MASTERPIECE interior. Crafted with finesse in the company’s upholstery shop, the interior combines fine black leather with red stitching and sporty carbon elements. The attention to detail is remarkable, and the result is a luxurious and sporty cabin that exudes elegance and sophistication.

However, the true heart of the Brabus 930 lies under its hood. Brabus has been a leader in the development of powerful engines for Mercedes-Benz automobiles for over four decades, and they have once again showcased their expertise with the Brabus PowerXtra B40S-930 performance upgrade. The focus was on the four-liter V8 internal combustion engine with two turbochargers, which underwent extensive modifications. Brabus designed high-performance turbochargers that generate a maximum boost pressure of 1.8 bar, resulting in a power increase of 64 kW / 87 hp (86 bhp) and an additional 100 Nm (74 lb-ft) of torque.

To ensure optimal performance, the Brabus engineers recalibrated the electronic engine controls with their PowerXtra control modules. These modules adapt the injection, ignition, and boost pressure control, allowing the engine to generate more power without compromising durability. Rigorous testing was conducted on engine test benches and all-wheel-drive roller dynamometers to fine-tune the components and achieve seamless integration. The result is an impressive system output of 684 kW / 930 hp (917 bhp) and a staggering 1,550 Nm (1,143 lb-ft) of torque, making it the most powerful supercar in Brabus history.

The performance figures of the Brabus 930 speak for themselves. Despite its substantial weight of about 2.4 metric tons, this all-wheel-drive beast sprints from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in a mere 2.8 seconds. The electronically limited top speed of 316 km/h (196 mph) ensures that this supercar delivers a thrilling driving experience like no other.

In addition to its exceptional performance, the Brabus 930 features a stainless steel sports exhaust with integrated actively controlled butterfly valves. This exhaust system not only produces an exhilarating noise at the touch of a button but also allows the driver to choose between a quieter “Coming Home” mode or a more aggressive “Sport” mode, which amplifies the forceful V8 exhaust note. The four titanium/carbon tailpipes add a visual treat to the overall aesthetic of the car.



Durability is a hallmark of Brabus, and the Brabus 930 is no exception. Brabus backs its craftsmanship and engineering prowess with a three-year or 100,000-kilometer/62,000-mile Brabus Tuning Warranty. This warranty, combined with the use of high-quality MOTUL lubricants, ensures peace of mind for owners who want to experience the full power and potential of the Brabus 930.

Aesthetics and performance go hand in hand with the Brabus 930, and the engineers and designers at Brabus have paid careful attention to the car’s aerodynamics. Exposed-carbon components not only enhance the visual appeal but also optimize the handling stability at high speeds. The front spoiler, caps for the large air intakes, and the special radiator grille not only give the car a more striking face but also reduce front-axle lift, ensuring a planted and stable ride. The carbon diffuser insert for the rear fascia and carbon covers for the side mirrors add to the overall sporty styling of the car.

The king-sized wheel and tire combination is a testament to Brabus’ commitment to design and performance. The Brabus 930 features tailor-made wheels with sizes of 21 inches for the front axle and 22 inches for the rear axle. These wheels are produced using cutting-edge forging and machining technology, offering a perfect balance of lightness and strength. Paired with high-performance tires, these wheels not only enhance the appearance but also improve the car’s agility and handling. The optional BRABUS AIRMATIC SPORT Unit further enhances the handling by lowering the ride height by up to 20 millimeters (0.8 in), depending on the selected driving mode.

The Brabus 930 is available for purchase at a price of 323.435,45 euros (export price in Germany excluding 19 percent VAT). However, for those who already own a Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E PERFORMANCE, Brabus offers the option to convert it according to their personal preferences.