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Powered by a 743bhp bi-turbo 6.0-litre V12
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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.

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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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Peter Cavellini 28 January 2010

Re: Carlsson C25 supercar revealed

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.

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