Presented by Mercedes-Benz of Wilmington.
If you think that the Mercedes-AMG G 63 is the pinnacle of G-Class performance, Brabus begs to differ.
It seems like these days, the Mercedes-AMG G63, and the G-Wagen in general has become a universal symbol of glamor and luxury driving along with its existing status as an off road dominator and certified classic in the Mercedes-Benz portfolio and in the automotive world at large. The Mercedes-AMG G63 is an awesome car, with its hand-built, twin-turbocharged V8 engine, state-of-the-art drivetrain, and classically head-turning looks.
However Brabus, as usual, turned things up a notch. Known as a German tuning house with a knack for taking Mercedes-Benz’s cars and turning them into puzzlingly fast and luxurious machines, the Mercedes-Benz Brabus 700 G 63 is a take on the G-Class that changes the game. The first thing you’ll notice when having a look at the Brabus 700 G 63 is the intimidating, wide stance and matte black color scheme, thanks to Brabus’s Widestar conversion and the house’s signature dark aesthetic. On the interior, the theme of black and red continues, with extensive use of carbon fiber and sleek piano black trim. However, it’s under the hood where things start to get really good.
The “700” in Brabus 700 G 63 comes from both its horsepower and its torque. While the G63 itself makes an impressive 585 horsepower, Brabus brings this up to 700, and at the same time, brings the torque from 625 lb/ft to 700 as well. This upgrade is done mainly through the ECU, and what you end up getting is a 0-60 time that’s lowered to 4.3 seconds, which is blindingly quick for an SUV like the Mercedes-Benz G-Class, and a top speed of up to 149 mph. And just as much as it is powerful and unique, the Brabus 700 G 63 is rare. It’s one of only 10 available, and at $409,900, this opportunity to purchase a Mercedes-AMG Brabus 700 G 63 for sale is certainly not one to miss.