Brabus once again demonstrated what they can. This time with the previous generation Mercedes-AMG G63, which has become something called the 700 4×4² Final Edition.
The 4×4² caption refers to the high version that is identical to the G500 4×4². Other key features are the 60 cm clearance, the electronically adjustable suspension and the four driving modes: Comfort, Sport, Off-Road and Individual. By selecting the latter, each axis can be adjusted independently.
The Brabus 700 4×4² comes from the 5-liter twin-turbo V8 from the G63, along with a 7-speed automatic transmission. It is set to produce 700 hp and 960 Nm of torque, compared to the standard 571 hp and 760 Nm. The tuning car accelerates 0-100 km/h for 5.0 seconds and the maximum speed is electronically limited to 210 km/h, due to off-road tires.
Brabus 700 4×4² Final Edition features carbon fiber fenders, a windscreen spoiler with DRL lights, 9.5×22 inches Pirelli Scorpion ATR tires, and protective bumpers that protect the engine, transmission and off-road fuel tank.
Inside, the SUV stands out with two-colour black/light brown leather. Optionally, the tuner can also offer other upholstery, as well as wood or carbon accents in different colours, as well as footprints that can be folded to make it easier to get in and out.
Brabus has created 700 4 × 4² Final Edition in only 10 pieces, finished in black or white. The price starts at 209,000 EUR, excluding taxes.