Powered by a 743bhp bi-turbo 6.0-litre V12
2 March 2010

This is the Carlsson C25 super coupe - a reskinned Mercedes CL with 743bhp.

Powered by a 743bhp bi-turbo 6.0-litre V12, the C25 has 848lb ft of torque (which has been restricted from a theoretical maximum of 974lb ft). This equates to a 0-62mph time of 3.7sec and a top speed of 219mph.

See the Carlsson C25 super coupe pictures

It sits on 20-inch wheels, which house uprated 405mm race discs on the front and 380mm discs at the back.

Carlsson, a well-known Mercedes tuner, is billing the C25 as its first self-developed and badged road car.

Just 25 cars are being built - no prices have been reelased, but the company says they have already sold out.

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28 January 2010

Come on Carlsson!, 1000BHP is the new 750BHP,besides the performance figures don't put it that far ahead of lesser machines like Porsche's, Ferrari's and Lamborghini's, does it?, a bit of a half hearted effort, a 7/10 car.

Peter Cavellini.

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