Now, this we did not see coming but this wild Brabus creation is totally epic.
The Brabus 900 Crawler is a hardcore buggy created to be the “ultimate desert dunes racer” and as the title implies, it is centered on the Mercedes-AMG G63.
Indeed, the doorless and windowless G-Wagon can not be pushed on public streets as the aftermarket expert didn’t want to make any compromises just for the sake of holding the license plate.
The ground clearance comes in at 53 cm (20.8 inches) which really should mean it can live up to its ‘crawler’ identify. Brabus fitted the nuts construct with portal axles to greatly enhance the vehicle’s go-wherever capabilities. Connected to these axles you will uncover one-piece solid wheels with meaty 40×13.50 R20 off-road tyres, backed by 400-mm front and 370-mm rear disc brakes.
Beneath the hood, you will discover the strong Brabus tuned 4.5-litre twin-turbo V8 providing 888 hp (662 kW) and 1,250 Nm (922 lb-ft) of torque.
Despite getting built to strike the route a lot less travelled, it can still operate to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 3.4 seconds. The major speed is down to 160 km/h (100 mph) thanks to the mammoth off-road tyres.
As you can see it has been severely stripped but never assume that helps make it incredibly gentle. In simple fact, it nevertheless comes in at 2,065 kg which is down from the standard 2,485 kg. So in overall, it has lost about 420 kg which is fairly first rate contemplating the addition of portal axles and a tubular frame made from substantial-power metal.
So you fancy 1 of these? Sit finished for this as it expenditures €749,000 (approx. R12.5m) prior to the worth-included tax (VAT).
Incorporated in the invest in are four carbon helmets and an intercom process. Brabus intends to make only 15 automobiles and will deliver a 3rd of them right before the stop of the year. Five extra will be shipped in 2023 and the past five in 2024.