After presenting the tuned S65 Cabrio and E63 S Saloon, Brabus has unveiled yet another vehicle, based on the Mercedes-AMG G65.
It’s the most powerful V12 off-roader the world has ever seen according to Brabus, putting down 900PS (887hp) and 1,500Nm (1,106lb-ft) of torque from a modified V12, whose displacement now stands at 6.3 liters, up from 6.0 liters.
Users won’t get to enjoy the 1,500Nm (1,106lb-ft) of torque though, as it will be limited to ‘just’ 1,200Nm (885lb-ft) to keep the gearbox from exploding. Still, the Brabus’ G65 needs 3.9 seconds for the 0-100km/h (62mph) sprint, a 1.4sec improvement over the standard model, with a top speed electronically capped at 270km/h (168mph).
Only 10 units of the powerful SUV will be made, each of them priced at €666,000 (equal to $800,412). Each one comes fitted with a distinctive wide bodykit that features plenty of carbon fiber. The exterior look is completed with a set of 23-inch forged rims, wrapped in Yokohama rubber.
The cabin hasn’t been left untouched either, as here you will find plenty of leather, two individual seats at the rear with a center console between them featuring a 4.3-inch touch panel, cup holders with heating and cooling functions, and a built-in safe with an electrically-operated drawer, among others.
As expected, we’ll get to see more of the Brabus 900 ‘One of Ten’ at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, where it celebrates its premiere alongside other tuned AMGs.