Brabus introduced its version of the “charged” Mercedes-AMG G63March 4, 2019
German legend of off-road, can now boast 789 horsepower under the hood, as well as wide-body body kit and a more luxurious cabin.
As part of the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, which opens its doors tomorrow, the Brabus tuning studio will present the 800 Widestar. This car can be called the result of what will happen to the G-class when a tuner with years of experience in modernizing the German SUV decided to implement the largest number of updates.
The widebody body kit extends the vehicle by 10 centimeters, freeing up space for massive 23-inch wheels. Alternatively, customers can choose a smaller set (from 20 to 22 inches). In the front bumper and hood are huge air intakes.
Rear spoiler and spare wheel cover made of pure carbon fiber. The car received auxiliary LED lights installed inside the flares of the wings to illuminate the side of the car after you open the door. The interior of the SUV was also changed – it became more luxurious.
More aggressive appearance combined with the current performance of an SUV. Under the hood of the 800 Widestar is a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine. After all the upgrades, he is able to offer 212 horsepower and 150 Nm more.
This means that the Brabus 800 Widestar offers an impressive 789 hp. power and 1000 Nm of the moment, which is enough to accelerate to the first “hundred” in 4.1 seconds. The tuner mentions that for security reasons (at least some) the electronic maximum speed limit of the car remains and is 240 km / h.
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