Pickup for 18 million. Brabus showed a modified Mercedes G – Archyde

The current generation of the G-Class does not yet offer a pick-up or a “second-hand” model, i.e. portal axles in Mercedes terminology, so the modifiers have free rein.

The transformation from an ordinary off-road Mercedes-Benz G-Class to a pick-up was again done by Brabus. The iconic trimmer chose to keep the full five-seat, four-door cabin and therefore the wheelbase and rear cargo area had to be lengthened.

This increased the length of the entire car to 5.31 meters. The trimmer opted for a distinctive body kit with carbon parts, front roller, additional LEDs, spare or 22-inch monoblock HD wheels.

However, modifications can be found on practically every part of the car. Brabus also modified the pickup’s suspension and, like the Adventure model, opted for front and rear portal axles, thanks to which the car has a whopping 488 mm headroom. The driver also has a Brabus Ride Control system that is fully controllable and adjusts the suspension.

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Brabus Adventure 800 XLP Superschwarz

Photo: Brabus

Under the hood of the car is a 4-litre, V8, twin-supercharged V-engine that provides the car with 800 hp and 1000 Nm of torque. Power is sent to the wheels via a nine-speed automatic transmission and the entire drive system is capable of accelerating the huge pick-up from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds. The top speed is then electronically limited to 210 km/h.

In the cabin of the car we find the interior nicknamed “Brabus Masterpiece” in black. Only the finest leather was used for the production, covering the seats, the insides of the doors and the legroom. The leather in the cabin is combined with carbon fiber and black trim, and there’s a traditional Brabus badge too.

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Brabus Adventure 800 XLP Superschwarz

Photo: Brabus

Perhaps the most shocking number is the price of the car. Very few examples are currently for sale and the example we see in the pictures has covered 1,000 kilometers and costs a whopping $824,000, in the form of almost 18 million crowns. But if customers are interested in a personalized piece, Brabus can make it in 6 to 12 months.

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Reference-www.nach-welt.com

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