Brabus 900 Crawler is the Mercedes-Benz G-Class of childhood goals


German tuner Brabus has turned the Mercedes-Benz G-Class into an off-road desert racer known as the 900 Crawler.

The Brabus 900 Crawler has the acquainted G-Class entrance finish, however all the pieces behind it’s extra sand rail than luxurious SUV. Brabus constructed its personal metal tube-frame chassis, with open four-seat bodywork comprised of carbon fiber. The corporate widened the fenders to make room for enormous off-road tires mounted on 20-inch monoblock solid wheels.

Portal axles enable for 20.9 inches of floor clearance, based on Brabus. The 900 Crawler has impartial entrance suspension and a rear beam axle, with adjustable shocks and as much as 6.3 inches of spring journey.

Brabus 900 Crawler Mercedes-Benz G Class

Brabus 900 Crawler Mercedes-Benz G Class

Below the hood sits a twin-turbocharged 4.5-liter V-8 producing 888 hp and 922 lb-ft of torque. It is coupled to a 9-speed computerized transmission with paddle shifters and a four-wheel-drive system with locking differentials.

Brabus claims the V-8 will push the 4,553-pound Crawler from 0-62 mph in simply 3.4 seconds. Nevertheless, due to the off-road tires, high pace is electronically restricted to 100 mph.

The driving force and passengers sit in carbon fiber racing seats with four-point harnesses. The seats are upholstered in Silvertex cloth from Brabus-developed high-performance boats. The fabric is immune to fading in daylight, Brabus claims, which is a vital consideration within the desert.

Brabus 900 Crawler Mercedes-Benz G Class

Brabus 900 Crawler Mercedes-Benz G Class

The inside and built-in roll cage have the identical shiny crimson coloring, and inside switchgear will get a crimson anodized end as effectively. The Crawler additionally has an intercom system that works with 4 Brabus-supplied helmets and different headsets, in addition to a roof-mounted consumption that sends air to the rear seats.

Pricing begins at 749,000 euros, or about $790,000 at present change charges. Be aware that the 900 Crawler isn’t street authorized. Manufacturing will probably be restricted to fifteen items, with the primary 5 scheduled for supply later this 12 months. Brabus plans to ship a further 5 items in 2023, and the ultimate 5 in 2024.


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