Atelier Brabus showed a 700-horsepower Gelandewagen pickup for 400,000 eurosAugust 11, 2020
German studio Brabus on Tuesday, August 11, unveiled a 700 Adventure XLP pickup based on the Mercedes-AMG G63, which has portal axles and an improved 700-horsepower power unit.
In many ways, the car is similar to the Brabus 800 Adventure XLP, which was presented earlier this year. The differences lie primarily in the performance of the 4.0-liter V8 engine with two turbochargers. The index in the model name indicates the output of 700 hp. (950 Nm).
The engine in the Brabus 800 Adventure XLP variant produces 800 hp (1000 Nm), and the usual Mercedes-AMG G 63 is equipped with a 585 hp engine (850 Nm). The 700 Adventure XLP pickup, like the 800 Adventure XLP, has received major chassis improvements. The wheelbase has been increased by half a meter, while the length has increased to 5310 mm – 689 mm more than that of a conventional SUV. The body has expanded by 116 mm.
Thanks to the new suspension and portal axles, the ground clearance has increased to 490 mm. The pickup is equipped with 22-inch rims with Pirelli Scorpion ATR tires measuring 325/55 R 22. As for the cost of the new item, it costs 389 831 euros.
In addition, Mil-Spec recently unveiled a “monstrous” version of the Ford F-150 pickup. It should be emphasized that the car has acquired many improvements, including a 700-horsepower supercharged engine.
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