In the Brabus studio built a 900-strong Mercedes-AMG G65

In addition to tuning versions of Mercedes AMG S65 Cabrio and E63 S Saloon, Brabus brought its own version of the off – road Mercedes-AMG G65 to the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2017. The modification was named Brabus 900. Outside, this version of the SUV can be distinguished by the presence of the Widestar body kit (with it the car’s width is increased by 120 mm), most of which is made of carbon, while the wheels were prescribed large 23-inch forged wheels, “shod” in tires of Yokohama. The SUV’s cabin was also changed. For the interior of the Brabus 900 G65 saloon, German tuners used a large amount of leather, with two separate armchairs with a central console passing between them. The latter provides the services of rear passengers 4.3-inch touch screen, coasters with heating and cooling function, as well as boxes with electric drive. Plus there are comfortable folding tables, and the black ceiling can boast a starry sky effect. Tuners from Brabus modified the standard V12, increasing its working volume from 6.0 to 6.3 liters, which allowed raising the engine power to 900 hp. and 1,500 Nm. At the same time, the maximum thrust had to be limited to 1,200 Nm, otherwise, the gearbox simply can not cope with the load. To accelerate from a place to a hundred the new Mercedes Brabus 900 G65 requires 3.9 seconds, which is 1.4 seconds. faster source. The maximum speed is electronically limited at 270 km/h.

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