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BRABUS, headquartered in Bottrop, Germany, Introduces The BRABUS 700, Based for the First Time on the Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II
- 22nd May 2022
For the first time, the BRABUS 700 is based on the Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II. The luxury car has exceptional performance and a timeless appearance.
The BRABUS 700 incorporates a variety of high-end carbon pieces surrounding the lavish chassis, including the BRABUS front and lip spoilers as well as the BRABUS rear diffuser, lending a dynamic flair to the iconic Rolls-Royce design.
In addition, they eliminate lift at high speeds for faultless stability and the greatest driving experience imaginable.
On the D-pillars, BRABUS Masterpiece insignia are incorporated, and BRABUS "Shadow Chrome" glazed trim components reinvent the base chrome.
The legendary luxury limousine sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in only 4.6 seconds, thanks to the 6.7-liter twin-turbo V12 engine arrangement that generates its eponymous 514 kW / 700 horsepower.
An eight-speed automatic gearbox provides the transmission for the 950 Nm. Maximum velocity is 250 km/h.
The BRABUS 700 has 22-inch forged BRABUS Monoblock M "Platinum Edition" wheels. Modern production techniques and a special "Shadow Chrome" finish guarantee an unmistakable appearance and optimal durability.
The BRABUS 700 interior design professionals created a custom, porcelain-colored BRABUS Masterpiece interior that was entirely handmade.
The breathtaking interior is designed to complement the luxury limousine's undeniable beauty and unwavering power.
The distinctive porcelain leather design is finished with an exceptional BRABUS square pattern quilting and contrasting black piping on the seats, trim pieces, and leather-upholstered floor mats.
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BRABUS has been creating and manufacturing high-performance supercars for over four decades and converting Mercedes-Benz automobiles into elegant, one-of-a-kind vehicles – all in Germany. The firm is still run by its original founders and operates in over 100 countries worldwide.