Brabus 911 Turbo S review: 0-60mph & Autobahn tested!
This is the almighty Brabus 720 911 Turbo S! That’s right, whereas once Brabus was synonymous with working solely on Mercedes, it’s now venturing out to work with other manufacturers, leading to the creation of this incredible Porsche! So let’s take a look at what you get over the standard 911 Turbo S. Starting with the design, there are a number of exterior tweaks over the standard 911 Turbo. Around the back, you’ll find a large carbon fibre wing, a carbon fibre rear diffuser, and 3D-printed exhaust tips! Up front, you’ll also find a new carbon fibre front splitter, and naturally, there’s Brabus badging across the car. On the inside, you’ll find leather literally everywhere - including the floor mats and in the door bins! There’s also the option to add additional carbon fibre trim. Brabus hasn’t just worked on the design, though. There’s a choice of two upgrades available for the engine - the 720 or the 820. The latter is the range-topper, where the power output on the 3.8-litre twin-turbo increased to 820hp and 950Nm of torque. It’ll hit 60mph in 2.5 seconds and has a top speed of 211mph! In terms of price, well, it’ll cost you… the 720 costs £150,000 more than a regular 911 Turbo S, while the 820 costs £170,000 more! So is it worth it? You’ll need to stick with Mat to see for yourself!Chapters00:00 Intro00:35 Design02:37 Interior04:02 Engine04:50 Price05:40 5 Annoying Things07:18 5 Good Things08:11 0-60mph08:56 Driving11:47 Verdict