The G-Wagen isn't exactly a car that needs to be fast, but don't tell that to Brabus. The luxury tuner has taken the V-12 model and turned it into the most powerful off-roader in the world. The Brabus 900 will produce 900-hp and a massive 1,106 lb-ft of torque, which will get the SUV from 0-62 in 3.9 seconds and will reach an electronically limited top speed of 168 mph.
To squeeze all that power out of the G65's V-12, Brabus installed a billet steel crankshaft with a longer stroke and combined that with larger cylinder bores, forged pistons, billet steel conrods, and a bump in displacement from 6.0L to 6.3L. It will also receive modified exhaust manifolds, Brabus turbos with a larger compressor unit and turbine, larger down pipes, free-flow metal catalysts, and a stainless steel exhaust with actively controlled exhaust flaps.
Of course, all that new hardware is going to need a lot of air so they've also developed a special intake modification that sucks in air through a carbon hood scoop that is built onto a special hood that is exclusive to the Brabus.
Other details include a wider track with fender flares that add 12cm of width, 23-inch forged wheels, LEDs integration in the front and rear fenders, a naked carbon front spoiler, black tinted xenon headlights and LED daytime running lights, LED rear fog lamps and backup lights, roof spoiler, and a Bilstein suspension system.