Brabus and Mercedes-AMG‘s partnership is one of the most extensive in the entire automotive industry, and rarely do third parties get to join in on the power-hungry team up, but this is exactly what has happened with the fostla.de concepts x Brabus Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S.
Having previously debuted its take on the GT 63 S as both the Brabus 800 and the Rocket 900 “One of Ten,” this car is nothing new per se. It comes with a tuned version of the four-liter bi-turbo V8 to produce 800 HP and torque that’s electronically limited to 1,000 Nm, which sends the 2.1-tonne car to 62 MPH in just 2.9 seconds before hitting a v-max of 195 MPH.
Where fostla.de concepts comes in is through the means of customization. By applying a wrap, the Brabus 800 sports a color that is seldom seen on its vehicle, called “Badlands Green.” The new color sits alongside carbon fiber aerodynamic elements that are placed all around the car, from the front bumper and splitter to the rear diffuser and spoiler, while a “Copper” hue has been added to components such as the brake calipers, rim trim, front grille, and Brabus-branded center caps for further identity-changing touches.
Rounding out the car is its XPEL Ultimate Plus paint protection film that was added by fostla.de concepts and, of course, the starry night-like headliner inside, which is found alongside a cabin clad in carbon fiber.
Take a look at the fostla.de concepts x Brabus Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S above, and find out more about the Brabus 800 online.
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