Brabus unveiled something quite special at this week's Dubai International Auto Show: a Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 S Coupe that delivers a mean 700 HP. The new Brabus tuning program works with the car's already high-performance configuration and refined styling to deliver even more appeal, beginning with a carbon fiber body kit that includes a new front spoiler lip, air deflectors, and a reworked rear diffuser. The Brabus design also sees 23-inch forged alloy wheels, an AIRMATIC air suspension for a 35mm lower ride height, and a tailgate-mounted spoiler. Inside, Brabus also worked with dramatic effect, coating the seats with Azure Blue Mastik leather paired with aluminium door-lock pins and alloy pedals. But, it's under the hood where things get really interesting: the twin-turbo 5.5-liter V8 engine has been outfitted with new turbochargers, a stainless-steel exhaust system, and new downpipes. The ECU has also been optimized, working with the other tweaks to increase power to 700HP and 708 lb-ft of torque, allowing the all-wheel-drive to hitting 62mph in 4 seconds. Get an even closer look at the new Brabus tuning program below and let the team know if you want help with your AMG.