Brabus has unveiled its latest Mercedes-AMG G-Class rework, the G V12 900 “ONE OF TEN.” The tuning company has showcased its supercar at the IAA 2019 in Frankfurt, 15 years after the first Brabus G V12 was unveiled in 2004 at the Geneva Motor Show.
This new iteration will be limited to ten units, each equipped with a 6.3-liter V12 Biturbo engine that produces 888 BHP and 1,500 Nm of torque — making the 900 the most powerful G V12 to date. The supercar-rivaling figures from this high-riding, wide-bodied 4×4 continue, as 0-60 MPH is achieved in just 3.8 seconds and its top speed is electronically limited to 174 MPH.
All this power is sent to a four-wheel-drive system via a nine-speed gearbox, which is paired to wheel shifters for a sportier feel. To cope with all the new power, Brabus has increased the car’s width by four inches to allow for wheels up to 24” and a wider track, which optimizes handling and safety.
A number of exterior and interior highlights have been implemented on the new G V12 900, taking Brabus’ archetype “WIDESTAR” body kit and adding carbon fiber trims, black-chrome tailpipes, “Gold Heat Reflection” technology to reduce engine temperatures and a “ONE OF TEN” interior trim plaque.
Take a look at the €605,055 EUR (approx. $668k USD) Brabus G V12 900 “ONE OF TEN” in the gallery above.
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