The high-end tuning wizards at Brabus have made what’s probably the world’s most badass dual-cab ute – one based mostly on the Mercedes-AMG G63.
Earlier than we get carried away, nevertheless, your possibilities of proudly owning – and even seeing – one are vanishingly near zero.
The beast is known as the Brabus P 900 Rocket Version “Certainly one of Ten”, the latter bit alluding to the entire manufacturing plan of simply 10 vehicles.
It’s billed as providing “the uncompromising energy of the Brabus XLP [its G63 pickup model] and the assured energy of a track-ready supercar introduced collectively for the very first time”.
Energy comes from a 4.5-litre twin-turbo V8 with 662kW of energy (that’s 900hp) and a ridiculous 1250Nm of stump-decimating torque, mated to a nine-speed auto that’s presumably next-level sturdy.
The ‘Powerview’ bonnet even provides you a see-through gap to take a look at the powertrain, which Brabus says has been electronically pared-back to 1050Nm in the true world.
Brabus says the beast can hit 100km/h in 3.7 seconds on its solution to a 280km/h high pace, which might be increased if it weren’t ruled. Brabus claims surprisingly affordable gasoline use of 14.4L/100km.
The Brabus Sport Exhaust System with actively managed flaps ensures it sounds the half too.
Different highlights embody 24-inch ‘Aero-Disc’ solid wheels, RideControl aluminium coilover suspension with adjustable trip heights, and bespoke Continental tyres that measure a large 355mm broad on the rear.
Inside are leather-based seats with ‘Seashell Diamond’ quilting, and lashings of ‘Rocket Pink’ in every single place – Brabus claims there are 206 particular person cockpit components together with trim panels, handles, switches, speaker covers in addition to air vents.