When you’re as good at making one-off high performance beasts as German tuning house Brabus, you can be excused for making quite a few one-offs.
Its latest creation is the Brabus Stealth 65: a white Mercedes-Benz SL 65 AMG Black Series-based road rocket.
Brabus has applied its T65 RS tuning kit to the 6.0-litre AMG biturbo V12 which includes four intercoolers and reworked turbines, as well as a remapped ECU and a new stainless steel exhaust.
The result is a car that puts out 603kW of power and an epic 1420Nm of torque. Comparatively speaking, that’s 15kW more than Brabus’ previous one-off SL 65 creation, the Vanish, and 110kW/420Nm more than the standard Black Series from AMG.
Brabus has not released performance data for the Stealth, but it is expected to at least match the sub-3.6 second 0-100km/h sprint and electronically limited 322km/h top speed of the Vanish.
Surprisingly or not, the owners of the Stealth and the Vanish both live in the same village in Dubai, which could make the morning dash for milk at the corner store just a little bit more interesting.