There is no fancy and avant-garde shape design, just the standard square box shape has driven countless car fans crazy. Not to mention that with its powerful V12 engine and chassis off-road performance, the Mercedes-Benz G65 can reach the ends of the earth. After building the world’s most powerful 4-seater convertible based on the S65, how could these unwilling German engineers be satisfied with the status quo.
Speaking of the Mercedes-Benz G series is already exciting, not to mention the refitting by Brabus. As the G65 with the highest specification of Mercedes-Benz’s legendary G series, there are only 10 Brabus modified products this time.
It is equipped with a V12 twin-turbocharged engine, and its original displacement is 6.0L, but it has been upgraded to 6.3L after the expansion of the cylinder. Such a power upgrade also makes the final output power a terrifying 888 horsepower, and the peak output torque is as high as 1500 Nm. Bottrop aftermarket experts said that only from the intuitive power data, Brabus G65 is definitely the most powerful off-road weapon with the most powerful performance in the world. However, considering that the astonishing peak torque of 1500 Nm is difficult to control, the torque of this Brabus G65 is limited to 1200 Nm through the electronic system.
The 100-kilometer acceleration time of the unmodified original Mercedes-Benz G65 is about 5.3 seconds, and the Brabus G65, which will be unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show, is said to have a 100-kilometer acceleration time of only 3.9 seconds. The Mercedes-Benz AMG-GT is slightly faster. As for the top speed, it is increased from 230km/h of the original factory to 270km/h (still electronically limited).
With such a powerful power output, aerodynamics must be considered at high speeds. In order to match the upgraded V12 engine, the addition of a complete set of carbon fiber kits also makes the body wider by 12 cm. The engine muffler is changed from the normal design of double row and double outlet at the rear of the car, and now it is double row and side outlet on both sides of the car body. The standard aluminum rims have also been replaced by Brabus’ massive forged rims, fitted with Yokohama tyres, which must of course be matched to higher specification brakes. The large-sized rims and tires with a kingly style, coupled with the huge brake calipers, also fully express the brand power of Brabus itself.
As for the interior of the car body, there is no need to say much about the sense of luxury. The standard G-class rear seats are now converted to two seats, and are equipped with a 4.3-inch touchscreen display in the middle, heated and cooled cup holders. And at the back, a safety drawer was added for storing some personal items.