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Video: Mercedes-AMG G65 900 by Brabus with Massive Oomph

Daimler`s hardcore division Brabus is well-known for its exquisite programs carried out on different Mercedes-Benz models, creating the perfect builds even for the carmaker`s ugliest and rugged cars. And when you see the “ONE OF TEN” badge on a particular ride, then we definitely know that we are dealing with a special program.

Such a special ride that Brabus has recently built is the G65 900 from Mercedes-AMG, which is also highlighted in the video below.

This is not the first time we see the Mercedes-AMG G65 900 by Brabus, but no doubt, it is one of the best rides ever built. Its main attributes are luxury, higher stance and most of all, power under the hood.

Should you decide buying one of the tenth available SUVs, custom-built by Brabus, then get ready to empty your pockets for around 666,000 euros. It is quite an expensive ride, but I recon the car is worth every penny.

What Can You Buy for 666,000 Euros?

There are plenty of new aftermarket features equipping each of the tenth available Mercedes-AMG G65 900 by Brabus, starting with the exterior and finishing with the engine under the hood.

As you can depict from the video and a couple of photos, the Mercedes-AMG G65 by Brabus looks extremely high-class with the exquisite black finish, complemented with the massive carbon fiber air intake on the bonnet. It also adds the bespoke flares, strakes and scoops, as well as the newly-added monoblock alloy wheels, finished in the same dark.

Inside, as expected for a Brabus product, the cabin is tweaked with new leather and contrast stitching, individual back seats with Maybach-like console right in the middle, multiple displays and drinks cabinet found in the boot.

The car`s main highlight remains the massive oomph under the hood. For that, aftermarket specialists from Brabus have removed the stock 6.0-liter engine in favour of a 6.3-liter V12 mill, meaning 888 horsepower and whopping 1,50 Nm of torque. The sprint from 0 to 100 km/h is also impressive – just 3.9 seconds, way too impressive than many supercars today.


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