M with the six-liter biturbo V8 Motor Brabus has a new universal weapon on the shelf. In the Mercedes-AMG G 63, the 850 hp and 1,450 Nm eight-cylinder meets the in-house wide-body kit. Brabus achieved the increase in displacement with new forged pistons, new connecting rods and a new crankshaft. In addition, the two cylinder heads are fluidically optimized, new superchargers and exhaust manifolds are installed and the intake area revised.
The Brabus Widestar is only intercepted at 260 km /h
Despite a weight of just over 2 The all-wheel drive is supposed to spurt from zero to 100 km /h in 4.0 seconds. The brabus 850 Widestar is intercepted by the electronics at 260 km /h.
Because hardly anyone will venture off-road with this off-road vehicle, Brabus has also done a lot of work on the optics. In the widened wheel arches - the Widestar becomes 12 cm wider overall - 23-inch forged light alloy wheels fitted with 305/35 tires rotate. Behind the front wheel arches there are wheel arch vents, which are continued in the doors through attachments. The standard front apron is given a spoiler, and an additional panel extends under the radiator grille with the Brabus logo. Black-tinted xenon headlight units with integrated indicators round off the Brabus face. A new apron and a roof spoiler upgrade the rear end. The tailpipes of the stainless steel sports exhaust system with valve control open out in front of the rear wheels. For the chassis, Brabus relies on two electronically adjustable dampers - you can choose between comfort and sport.
Brabus can also do interior space. Here the customer can let off steam according to his wishes. The finest leather meets illuminated stainless steel door sills, an Alcantara headliner and extensive multimedia equipment. In the rear, passengers can lounge on a fully electrically adjustable single seat system from the S-Class.
Incidentally, the Brabus 850 6.0 Biturbo Widestar is celebrating its premiere at the IAA in Frankfurt.