The G-Class can do this as a pick-up
Brabus transforms the Mercedes-AMG G 63 into a pick-up. It steals your senses – on and off the road. How To Cars drove him.
800 hp for the G-Pick-up
Wider track included
The beefy G is over eleven centimeters wider than the base car, bringing it to 2.10 meters.
Once you have climbed over the electrically extendable running boards and enjoyed the exclusive leather interior, the eight-cylinder roars imposingly and presses on the start button. The 22-inch studded tires and the 800-hp engine skilfully fight each other on the road. Similar to the Mercedes G 500 4×42nd the portal axles along with the Giganto wheelset and the impressive wheel spacing are also good for the Brabus pick-up. The beefy G is over eleven centimeters wider than the base car, bringing it to 2.10 meters. The height with roof rack and LED lights: 2.29 meters. In addition, carbon elements on the flanks and wheel arches, which make it even more bulky than it already is. Powerful Pirelli Scorpion ATR rollers in the 325/55 R 22 format rotate on their monoblock rims in the fenders. It’s no wonder that smartphones are pulled out to take photos when the brute G-Pick-up rolls up.
The 2.9 tons reach 100 km / h in 4.8 seconds
49 centimeters of ground clearance
Portal axles, off-road tires, extreme ground clearance: the G-Pick-up offers maximum possible uses.
And: the Brabus 800 is not without reason named Adventure XLP, because the portal axles, together with the AT off-road tires and a ground clearance of 49 centimeters, ensure maximum possible use away from paved roads. No surprise that one or the other potential customer should not only like this in the United Arab Emirates. In soft sand dunes, the XLP feels just as at home as on a photo safari in South Africa or at a show-off in Beverly Hills. In addition to the optional cable winch with a traction capacity of 4.5 tons, there is also an underrun protection for the engine, transmission and tank for use in rough terrain.