Brabus 900 Rocket Edition, 900 horsepower zero to hundred 3.7 seconds monster G-Wagen
‘Brabus’, a German high-performance car aftermarket tuning company, has made the Mercedes AMG-G63 a powerful performance.
The AMG G63, unveiled as the Brabus 900 Rocket Edition, is equipped with a wide star body kit on the exterior, and has been transformed into a more aggressive appearance with front and rear bumpers, wide fenders, double bonnet scoop, and additional intakes.
This includes a new front spoiler and a carbon fiber grille with preheating function, as well as a unique exhaust pipe and roof spoiler.
24-inch Brabus Monoblock Z ‘Platinum Edition’ wheels with carbon fiber aero discs are mated to 295/30 front and 355/25 rear sized tires.
AMG’s twin-turbo V8 engine displacement has been increased from 4.0 liters to 4.5 liters. Also added was a large turbocharger, billet crankshaft, larger cylinder bore, long stroke, new forged pistons, boost valve, high pressure pump, ram-air intake system and stainless steel exhaust system with exhaust flaps.
Brabus has newly mapped the ECU software, raising the vehicle to a maximum output of 900 horsepower and a maximum torque of 127.4 kg.m. Weighing in at over 2.5 tonnes and despite the brick-like aerodynamics, the vehicle accelerates from standstill to 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds and reaches a top speed of 280 km/h.
Power is transmitted to each wheel via a 9G-TRONIC automatic transmission, and the permanent all-wheel drive system features an electronically controlled locking differential.
Ride comfort is complemented by a Brabus Ride Control aluminum coilover suspension with electronically controlled dampers, and ride height is lowered by up to 45 mm.
The brake system is improved with discs of 400 mm at the front and 370 mm at the rear, and in the interior, four individual bucket seats, carbon fiber interior finishes and leather accessories are used.
The Brabus 900 Rocket Edition is priced at about 480,000 euros (about 646.72 million won) in Germany, and a total of 25 units will be produced.