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Tuner Tuesday Groceries Gotten: 2014 Mercedes-Benz E63S AMG 4Matic Estate Brabus 850

We’re pretty much all big fans of fast wagons at German Cars For Sale Blog, but over the past few years the number of offerings has steadily dried up. We’ve never received the hot versions of the M5 Touring or RS6 Avant, for example, and steadily even the quick versions of the Audi and Volkswagen wagons have left these shores too. That leaves fast wagon fans to look towards only two places in the last few years; Cadillac, oddly, with the CTS-V wagon and the last German holdout, Mercedes-Benz. It’s somewhat odd that Mercedes-Benz has upped the nuttiness in its large E-class wagon too, since it never really took part in the original Wagon Wars between its countrymen. True, there were some limited number AMG conversions done in the late 80s/early 90s, but for the most part Mercedes-Benz had stayed away until recently. Then, a few years ago, it started offering AMG-enhanced versions of the E-Class Estate; first in 55, then later 63 form. If you can get by the strange numbering system that doesn’t correspond to the actual engine under the hood, that leaves you with one of the fastest wagons made out of the box. Walk down to your local Mercedes-Benz dealer and you can order up one of these W212 Estates with a staggering 577 horsepower in “S” form. That was a true supercar number not very long ago, but it comes wrapped in the guise of a sensible wagon with all-wheel drive and a slick 7-speed automatic transmission. Of course, it’s heavy…so it only does 0-60 runs in 3.6 seconds. That means you won’t be able to keep up with your neighbor’s new BMW M6 Gran Coupe, which does the run in 3.1 seconds. Time to hit the Brabus gym, then…

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Year: 2014
Model: Brabus 850 Mercedes-Benz E63S AMG 4Matic Estate
Engine: 5.9 liter twin-turbocharged V8
Transmission: 7-speed automatic
Mileage: 0 mi
Price: E. 267,209.74 ($305,634.50 Today)

Engine: 8-Cylinder
Engine size: 5912 cm³
Power:* 625 KW/850 PS
Registration date: without / new vehicle
Mileage: 0 km
0-100 km/h:* 3.1 sec
Vmax:* 350 km/h

urban 14,4 l/100km
extra-urban 7,9 l/100km
combined 10,3 l/100km
CO2 Emissions:* 242 g/km

Standard Equipment

Painting: black
Upholstery: designo-leather single-tone porcelain beige
Drive assistance package
Adaptive full beam assistant plus
Traffic sign assistant
EASY-PACK through-loading feature 1/3:2/3
Integrated garage opener in inside mirror
Mirror package
Fuel tank 80l
COMAND APS with integrated 6fold DVD changer
Digital radio (DAB)
Media Interface

Comfort telephony
AMG light alloy wheels 19″, in 10-spoke-design
Panoramic sliding roof in glass version
Back seat safety package
Memory package
Front seats with climate control
Active multi-contour seat package
Seat heaters, rear seats
Ski bag (inboard loading facility)
AMG ceramic brake
Laminated glass with acoustics foil

BRABUS Special Equipment

BRABUS engine 850 6.0 biturbo – displacement: 5,912 cc, Power: 625 kW (850 hp) at 5400 rev / min., Torque: 1,450 Nm * at 2500-4500 r / min.(* Electronically limited to 1.150 Nm) Displacement increase to six liters, consisting of: Finely balanced from the solid, and special crankshaft with stroke 96.00 mm, 8 from the solid Spezialpleuel, 8 bore forged pistons for 99,00 mm and custom compression height, Reinforced multi-layer steel (MLS) head gaskets for bore 99,00 mm, 2 x BRABUS custom turbochargers with a larger compressor unit, BRABUS intake module 850 consists of: Air filter housing with enlarged intake Diameter including air control, or in the hood, Carbon fiber clean air ducts with enlarged cross-section, Down Pipe Ø 75 mm, low back pressure metal catalysts
BRABUS valve-controlled sports exhaust system, with tube diameter 76 mm”, BRABUS “Gold Heat Reflection” for intake – and boost tubes, Special appliqued BRABUS data as for engine control unit
BRABUS front spoiler lip -visible carbon matt-
BRABUS rear diffusor -visible carbon matt-
BRABUS double B emblem for front grill
special painting of chrom parts, front spoiler lip, front grill,
clip rear lid, in titan matt.
door grips and door moldings in car-colour
BRABUS Monoblock R light alloy wheels -forged- -5 double-spoke-design-

front 9,5J x 20 H2 ET 35 with tyres 255/30 R 20 and rear 10.5J x 20 H2 ET 45 with tyres 295/25 R 20
BRABUS entrance panels, 2-piece with illuminate BRABUS logo, stainless steel
BRABUS doorlock pins 4-piece
BRABUS floor mats velours, 4-piece, with leather edging with BRABUS logo embroidered
BRABUS emblem for bonnet
BRABUS emblem for rear lid, illuminated
BRABUS logo for rear lid

That’s right, take your car to Brabus and they’ll up the power by nearly 300 horsepower, giving you 850. That’s not a typo, that’s eight hundred and fifty horsepower. That takes your E-class Estate down to a 3.1 second 0-60 run so you can match the Gran Coupe. Additionally, you’ll get a bespoke interior, special wheels, special aero tweaks, illuminated Brabus badges and enough bling to make a Kardashian notice. Of course, that means it’ll cost you – that 300 horsepower corresponds to a $205,000 increase over the standard E63 AMG 4Matic Estate. That’s also not a misprint; you could have three brand new “base” E63 AMGs for the price of this one Brabus 850. Wow.

It must be lonely at the top. Fast, but lonely.



  1. Cole
    Cole February 3, 2015

    Pure drool and lust going on over here….. i have to clean off my desk. That is an 11 on the 1-10 scale of awesomeness.

  2. Brad
    Brad February 3, 2015

    Pity the wheels. I guess tirerack was having a clearance sale.

  3. Howard S
    Howard S February 3, 2015

    850 bhp in a wagon? Really ? is that where we are now? I love wagons, the Audi S4 Avant with manual trans is the perfect everyday car to own. It does it all. I dont see the point in an 850 bhp $350k wagon. Okay … sure if you slipped me the keys and title I would “find the room” for it in my garage. Sure it would be silly fun dusting unsuspecting fools with so called “sports cars” who rolled up on you with a smirk because you were in a wagon.

  4. MDriver
    MDriver February 3, 2015

    this is clearly for the fellow who has too much bloody money…
    having driven a CTS-V wagon….I can’t begin to imagine the neck snapping power of this brute…
    still for almost 300k US. there are other cars I’d rather have…..94 911 Turbo 3.6 S. to be precise

  5. Early8q
    Early8q February 3, 2015

    I am in Howard’s camp on this one. I am a huge fan of the RS2, and the UrS6 Avant, and most all wagons, but somehow this one misses the mark for me. I just don’t see firing up 850 hp for getting groceries; what’s the point? I guess there is a market for them, it’s just not for me.

  6. David B.
    David B. February 4, 2015

    Heck, after looking at that G63 6×6 earlier this week, this Brabus E63 looks practical and a bargain! Well, sort of….

  7. Farkas
    Farkas February 4, 2015

    Dammit…now I have to change my pants.

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