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2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron

2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron
2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron

Based on the new 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class W 212, the Brabus E V12 Black Baron features a the newly developed BRABUS SV12 R Biturbo 800 twelve-cylinder displacement engine. With a rated power output of 800 hp (788 bhp) / 588 kW and a peak torque of 1,420 Nm (1,047 lb-ft) this engine catapults the four-door car from rest to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 3.7 seconds on its way to a top speed of over 370 km/h (230 mph). The exclusively appointed BRABUS E V12 is built in a limited “one of ten” edition and starts at 498,000 Euros MSRP.

2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron
2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron
2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron
2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron
2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron
2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron

To keep the Brabus E V12 under control, the company added a fully adjustable sports suspension, new stabilizers, a high performance braking system, and black 19-inch alloy wheels outfitted with 255/35 (front) and 285/35 (rear) tires. Inside, the the BRABUS E V12 “one of ten” features black leather upholstery, an Alcantara headliner, carbon fiber trim, and a 400 km/h (249 mph) speedometer. Production will be limited to ten units, and prices start at €600,000 ($875,000 USD).

2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron
2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron
2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron
2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron
2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron
2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron
2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron
2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron
Photo Credit: © Brabus
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8 Responses to “ 2010 Brabus E V12 Black Baron ”
  1. Burim says:

    Absolute perfection in every aspect: design, power, speed etc.
    The interior is fabulous too, and the dashboard being all stitched with black leather, that is a true winner.
    Some people might not like the back wheel covered, I think it is a great idea for a small detail, but that makes a big change and an addition to it’s perfect design.

  2. Mercedez says:

    Love it….. man its a dream being named after a good looking car… everything is great….back wheel covering is awesome…amazing design.

  3. Scottie Young says:

    The car looks fabulous, personally I dislike the back
    wheel being covered. pity only 10 units will be offered.
    It means down the road when I feel I would like to own
    one, the price by then will have doubled.

  4. EdB says:

    Absolutely HORRID! Looks like someone took a bunch of plastic Lego pieces and snapped them on. The rear wheel treatment belongs in Batman. There’s such a things as too much. This is way too much. The law of diminishing returns. The interior is cool, save for the quilted parts. Overall, it looks like trash. The driver of this is one cheezy fella.

  5. jake says:

    The rear wheel treatment hit a level below rice. Absolutely ugly car on the outside, although I like the interior.

  6. mojo says:

    superb design on the interior, n the outside xept the back wheel looks f . . .ked, other than that well done bit to much for me tho

  7. phil says:

    dam if a car has 800hp can do 0-60 in 3.7 and can go 230mph i don’t care what it looks like but it doesn’t look that bad the reason they put the cap over the rear wheel is not so it can look good its for aerodynamic reasons

  8. jeswin joseph says:

    Yo man!!!!dis s wat I call a Car.an absolutely male 1.


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