Before you answer that question, take into account the fact that this car only has an exterior tune, which is why the price is still somewhat in the same ballpark as what Mercedes-AMG would charge for it themselves.
Of course, “ballpark” can be a relative term when it comes to these types of figures. If you’re buying a GLE 63 S Coupe from Germany, the list price is €126,675, or €43,225 less than you’d spend if it came with all the Brabus bells and whistles on.
So, on this car, performance remains identical to that of the stock model, meaning 585 PS, 760 Nm (560 lb-ft), 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.2 seconds and a top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph).
Cosmetically, this Palladium Silver GLE 63S Coupe features multiple Brabus components such as the carbon fiber front spoiler and front skirt add-on, the double-B insert front grille, special lettering, custom valve-controlled sports exhaust, carbon fiber rear diffuser & rear skirt add-on, rear spoiler and monoblock 23″ wheels.
Inside you’ll find LED entrance-panels, aluminum pedals, custom door lock pins, floor mats & trunk mat, plus multiple Brabus logos scattered all over.
Think it’s worth the extra €43,225 or would you just as well have the cheaper yet equally powerful factory-standard Mercedes-AMG version?