Brabus has prepared the first tuning for the new Mercedes-Benz G-ClassAugust 11, 2018
German studio Brabus has prepared the first variant of completions of off-road car Mercedes-Benz G-Class of new generation. Tuning is designed to modify the G500.
The standard G500 is equipped with a four-liter bi-turbo eight with a capacity of 422 horsepower (610 Nm) and a nine-speed automatic transmission. From zero to 100 km/h such a car accelerates in 5.9 seconds. The maximum speed is 210 kilometers per hour.
After completion of the Brabus, the engine will produce 500 horsepower. The acceleration time for the first hundred kilometers per hour will be reduced to 5.7 seconds. The maximum will remain the same.
The SUV was equipped with a new aerodynamic body kit. Gelentwagen received an active exhaust system, the sound of which can be made quieter, more aggressive bumpers, a massive air intake on the bonnet, a spoiler, 23-inch wheels and carbon “chandeliers” on the roof. Salon decorated with leather and Alcantara.
The cost of modifications is not yet called.
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