Mansory, surprisingly, didn’t go all freaky with the M1000, which is based on the new Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG, and left the exterior rather subdued. That’s a good thing because there’s 1,000 horsepower under the hood, making this sedan one of the best sleepers ever.
I’ve never thought that the 577 horsepower pumped out by the E63 AMG S-Model is not enough. Apparently, the guys over at Vath tuning have, and figure the car needs a 28-percent boost.
A Nissan GT-R driver likely got the surprise of a lifetime when a Mercedes SL55 AMG pulled up to the line for a drag race.
Apparently, when Kleeman engineers got behind the wheel of the SLS AMG, they said, “You know it’s great, but it could use an additional 140 horsepower.”
Graciously, playboy, car murderer, and stadium super truck racer, Dan Bilzerian, bought a G63 6×6 and immediately took it to the dunes!
This is forum member “Kamilclk430′s” CL600. It has an angry mob’s-worth of horsepower, two turbos, a V12, and will run the quarter-mile in around 10 seconds. It also looks unbelievably sinister, and right now it’s for sale.
This Mercedes-Benz Metris Fire Chief Van by World Motorsports sets a fire in the heart.
Kleemann modified the turbos, upgraded the ECU, added a better flowing exhaust system, increased the size of the intercoolers, and did a whole host of other subtle changes. The effect? 850 horsepower and 970 lb-ft of torque. Brilliant!
Thankfully, there’s no shortage of videos of E55s absolutely spanking some of the most pricey supercars on the planet.
SEMA is an interesting place full of wild creations. Here are just a few we have found.