Brabus has a new toy for the rich that can be admired by all those who see sense in such exaggeration.

The Mercedes G-Class is one of the most luxurious SUVs in the world in its own right, which is hard to fault. For many, it is just a dream car, and to a lesser extent, just the basis from which to create a real dream car.

It is "especially difficult" for the latter, so Brabus will help them in their plans. Mercedes' tuning experts are particularly imaginative on the G-Class, so now they present another special version, limited to only ten examples.

The name says it all, so the Brabus P 900 Rocket Edition offers 900 hp, which represents far more dynamic performance than the lifted 800 Adventure XLP. Although it is lowered and adapted to the road, this model is still over two meters tall.
The body is decorated with an abundance of carbon, and the novelty in the offer is a transparent panel on the engine cover and LED lighting for literally everything. It is mounted on huge 24-inch rims.

Inside, the same story, but with an abundance of the finest leather. Rear passengers also get screens, and in addition to the ambient lighting, the Brabus logos are also illuminated. As we said, there are no off-road portal axles here, instead Brabus has opted for adjustable suspension for greater comfort and even better roadholding.

4.5 V8 biturbo The V8 produces the aforementioned 900 hp with an imposed torque limit of 1050 Nm. It reaches 100 km/h in an incredible 3.7 seconds, while the maximum is 280 km/h. We are talking about a 2.7 ton monster! Disc brakes with a diameter of 400 mm ensure a safe stop.

The Brabus P 900 Rocket Edition One of Ten is about 170,000 euros more expensive than the shorter version without the rear bunker, i.e. the starting price is 649,638 euros without tax.

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