Brabus is pulling out all the stops, showcasing its skill on the new Range Rover P530. While primarily known for its magic touch on Mercedes-Benz, Brabus has proven its finesse extends to Range Rovers, turning them into alternatives to the likes of a Bentley Bentayga or Rolls-Royce Cullinan.
What makes the new Range Rover, now known as Brabus 600, stand out? Let's start with the exterior. Brabus never goes overboard; instead, they craft body parts a little more aggressive than standard. This creation is no exception, featuring a new bumper adorned with carbon fiber accents and a carbon splitter. The front grille has been blacked out and topped with Brabus lettering, setting this SUV apart from the rest.
Rolling on huge 24-inch forged wheels developed by Brabus, the modified Range Rover also flaunts new carbon fiber side vents, a rear diffuser, a rear spoiler, and eye-catching quad tailpipes.
Under the hood, Brabus has taken the Range Rover P530's standard 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, with 523 hp and 553 lb-ft, and supercharged it with the PowerXtra 600 performance upgrade. This transformation results in an impressive 591 hp and 580 lb-ft, adding more power to an already dominant vehicle.
Now, let's talk about that Pistachio green interior! It's not just a touch, but a full bath of bright green color, encompassing the seats, dashboard, steering wheel, door panels, and center console. It's a bold statement, turning heads and leaving a lasting impression. But don't worry—if green isn't your thing, Brabus will happily leave the interior as-is while upgrading the exterior and engine to your liking.