Brabus G Class

The new Brabus kit for the latest generation G 500 brings a number of new options to the overhauled SUV. The biggest upgrade is B40 performance kit that bumps the horsepower from 416 to 493 hp, allowing the SUV to get from 0-62 in just 5.7 seconds. It will also be accompanied by their stainless sport exhaust system with actively controlled flaps and two chrome tailpipes, which are set on each side of the vehicle. 

As for the exterior, Brabus changes up the radiator grille, which is now adorned with their signature double-B that illuminates in blue when the driver approaches the car. Other exterior enhancements include auxiliary headlamps on the roof, an exposed carbon roof module, a carbon fiber hood scoop, rear airfoil, and new wheel options in 20" or 23" that can be specified with Pirelli or Yokohama tires.

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