Brabus has taken the Porsche 911 Turbo S and turned it into a beast.
The German tuning company has long been in the business of turning already impressive cars into supercars.
And its latest take on the iconic Porsche model does not disappoint.
Besides some serious engine upgrades, the interior has been totally overhauled, resulting in a car that exudes next-level luxury.
The tuners started by lowering the front bumper and widening the wheel arches.
The company’s Platinum Edition wheels were added, with 22-inch tires in the rear and 21-inch ones in the front.
The five-spoke design not only looks striking but plays a role in the car’s performance too.
Their design helps keep the brakes cool by shovelling hot air out while they rotate.
The supercar has been given the ‘Widestar’ body kit, featuring lots of exposed carbon fiber.
This is a design detail the brand is famous for.
The front fenders carry air vents that help to expel hot air from the Kevlar-lined wheel arches.
Under the hood, the Rocket 900 R has brand-new twin turbochargers powering its 3.8-liter flat-six engine.
It can reach 100 km/h in 2.5 seconds and 200 km/h in just 7.2 seconds.
The car gets 600hp and 738 lb-ft of torque while its top speed is electronically capped at 340 km/h.
This Rocket 900 R’s interior has been revamped to highlight hand craftsmanship and opulence.
The entire cabin is lined with luxuriously quilted black leather.
There is a variety of trim elements that set this car apart, from the ambient lighting to the chrome-finished switches.
And customers are welcome to configure any details they might want to tweak further.
So how much will one of these custom cars set you back?
These limited edition vehicles are selling at €461,500 which is about $483,155.
That’s around double what you’d pay for a regular 911 Turbo S.
But with only 25 made, the cars are undeniably exclusive.
In the words of Brabus: are you ready to rocket?