w220 BRABUS 5.8 2000 for sale https://autosl.de/vehicle/mercedes-benz-s-500-l-original-brabus-58/
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class 220 series was officially introduced at the Paris Motor Show at the end of September 1998. Sales started at European dealerships and distributors on 24 October. With its new, elegant, and dynamic look and numerous innovations, the new saloon was a worthy successor to the 140 series. Just as its predecessor, the new S-Class was a trendsetter in automotive technology. Over 30 technological innovations with a total of 340 patients were incorporated in the saloon. Many of the innovations that Mercedes-Benz was the first automobile manufacturer in the world to introduce were standard in the S-Class. The range of engines for the S-Class initially consisted of a six-cylinder engine with an output of 165 kW (220 hp) and two V8 engines with an output of 205 kW (279 hp) and 225 kW (306 hp) respectively. A model with a long wheelbase (plus 120 mm) was also available. BRABUS was also not left out. The luxurious liner, improved by tuning specialists from Bottrop, was the perfect symbiosis of luxury and sportiness of that time. With its powerful engines, 20-inch monoblock wheels, sports suspension, and high-performance braking system, the S-Class was a clear winner in the left lane. In addition to the camshaft kits for various six- and eight-cylinder engines, Brabus preferred the proven volume increase principle. The Brabus 5.8 engine with 597 Nm of torque and 400 hp was available for the S 430 and S 500 models.
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