Brabus unveiled yet another upgraded version of the legendary G-Wagen SUV. Only 10 examples of the brand-new Brabus P 900 Rocket Edition will be built, and it will have a bed and 888 horsepower, making it the most street-focused Geländewagen ever.
To begin with, the red fins on the splitter harmonize with those on the diffuser extensions, the grille's illumination, and the side gills.
In addition, it has a steel floor and carbon bedsides in the rear bed, as well as a vented bonnet with a glass window display for the engine cover, large fender flares with incorporated inlets, and side-mounted exhaust pipes. The vehicle rides on a set of massive one-piece, 24-inch Brabus Monobloc Z "Platinum Edition" forged wheels with carbon fiber Aero-Discs.
Inside, the "Seashell Diamond" stitching on the premium-looking fine-leather upholstery throughout the cabin stands out against the "Rocket Red" highlights, resulting in a very stunning aesthetic. Front seatback displays and a rear seat 4.3-inch touch control panel provide comfort and the seats are heated and ventilated. Additional features include ambient lighting, lighted Brabus insignia, and abundant carbon fiber accents.
When it comes to on-road performance and handling, the Rocket features an active Brabus RideControl aluminum coilover suspension rather than portal axles like the Adventure XLP. In comparison to a standard G63, the ride height may be reduced by up to 1.8 inches, and the damping firmness can be adjusted from inside the cabin.
The power gain is due to the 4.5-liter Biturbo V8 engine's greater displacement as a consequence of several hardware and software upgrades. The precise output figures for the Brabus P 900 Rocket Edition are 888 horsepower and 774 lb-ft of torque (electronic limit). In this case, a 9-speed automatic transmission and a permanent all-wheel-drive system are responsible for sending power to all four wheels. The Brabus P 900 Rocket Edition "One of Ten" seen in the image costs €649,638 ($640,806) before taxes.