Starting with the visuals, the first thing you notice is the custom Brabus Widestar fascia with large air intakes, brush guard and winch. Meanwhile, both the skid plate and the hood attachment are made from carbon fiber and sealed with a matte coating.
Other exterior features include the wind deflector with high-performance auxiliary headlamps, which deflects wind over the luggage rack that spans the entire length of the roof. Then there are the Widestar fender flares, which add 10 cm (4 inches) to the width of the G-Class and house custom Brabus Monoblock R alloy wheels measuring 9.5Jx20.
Morover, the flare-integrated LED lights are activated as soon as the door handle is pulled, while the Brabus logos in the fender attachments behind the front flares spring to life too at the same time.
Thanks to the custom height-adjustable Brabus Adventure sport springs, this G-Class now sits 40 mm (1.6 inches) higher from the ground, thus improving rough terrain capabilities. Here, the added torque really comes in handy, and the tuner’s ECO PowerXtra D35 module for the 3.0-liter straight-six turbodiesel unit aims to please with its 44 extra PS (43 HP) and additional 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) of torque.
With a total of 330 PS (326 HP) and 690 Nm (509 lb-ft) of torque, this Brabus-tuned G 350 d can accelerate from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 7.2 seconds, before maxing out at 202 km/h (126 mph). It also has an all-stainless sports exhaust system, featuring two chrome tailpipes on each side.
As for the interior, the center sections of the seats and door panels gained an arrowhead pattern quilting, while white piping and decorative seams were incorporated in various places to add more contrast. Last, but not least, like in all Brabus products, tailor-made aluminum components such as pedals, door lock pins and paddle shifters complete the interior upgrade.