Here is where GAD Motors comes in, who took the car, modified the intercoolers and put a custom air box and larger turbochargers on the already highly tuned mighty V12 from Brabus. The result?
No less than 907 horsepower and an electronically-limited torque of 1300 Nm (959 lb ft) currently lurk under that vented hood.
There were a few problems trying to get the official power reading on the car since in the first few tests the car had some excessive wheel spin while on the dyno, so we can only guess how much a pair of “regular” performance tires would live on the rear axle after a few drag runs.
We managed to drive an 800 hp Brabus EV12 a few years back, but that model had a more mellow setup for the rear differential or at least in first gear, as to not shred the rear tires in a matter of seconds. We don't know how and if GAD Motors resolved the "too much power for a RWD" issue on this example.