The senior tuning wizards at Brabus have created what could be the world’s ugliest dual-cab – one based on Mercedes-AMG G63.
Before we give it away, though, the chances of you owning – or even seeing – one are gone is near zero.
This monster is called Brabus P 900 Rocket Edition “One of Ten”, the second version alluding to a total production plan of only 10 units.
It is advertised as providing “the unmatched power of Brabus XLP [its G63 pickup model] and the confident power of a race-ready supercar are brought together for the first time.”
No doubt about it.
Power comes from a 4.5-liter twin-turbo V8 with 662kW (that’s 900hp) and peak torque of 1250Nm, mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission that’s perhaps potent to the next level.
The ‘Powerview’ bonnet even gives you a see-through hole to peek into the powertrain, which Brabus says has been electronically enhanced to 1050Nm in the real world.
Brabus says the monster can hit 100km/h in 3.7 seconds on its way to a top speed of 280km/h, which would have been higher if it had been left unmanaged. Brabus claims a surprisingly reasonable fuel consumption of 14.4L/100km.
The Brabus Sport exhaust system with actively controlled flaps ensures that the sound of the part works as well.
Other highlights include 24-inch ‘Aero-Disc’ forged wheels, RideControl aluminum coil suspension with adjustable travel height and bespoke Continental tires measuring 355mm wide at the rear.
Inside are leather seats with ‘Seashell Diamond’ quilting and ‘Rocket Red’ trim everywhere – Brabus claims 206 separate cockpit parts including trim panels, handles, switches, speaker covers as well as vents.