Mercedes G63 Turned Into 400,000-Dollar Brabus Pickup

Brabus has presented an extreme pickup truck based on the Mercedes-AMG G63-700 Adventure XLP.

Germany-based Brabus, which specializes in tuning Mercedes-Benz cars, has presented its new project: a pickup truck with a half-meter ground clearance based on the new Mercedes-AMG G 63.

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The extreme Brabus 700 Adventure XLP is the «younger brother» of the Brabus 800 Adventure XLP designed by the German tuning studio for the 2020 GIMS, which was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Externally, the pickups are no different from each other. The both have a ground clearance increased to 490 mm, an extended track, a front bush bumper, a winch, additional hood scoops, an expedition rack, and LED lamps on the roof. The rear end now features a carbon-fiber cargo platform with a steel pallet.

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Also, the Brabus 700 Adventure XLP has got portal axles and 22-inch Brabus Monoblock HD wheels shod in off-road 325/55 Pirelli Scorpion ATR tires.

The standard 4.0-liter biturbo V8 engine is boosted to 700 hp and 950 Nm. The previous output of the unit is 585 hp and 850 Nm, and the extreme Brabus 800 Adventure XLP produces 800 hp and 1000 Nm.

The 700-hp 700 Adventure XLP costs €389 831, and the 800-hp version – €575,630. The circulation of the extreme pickups based on the Mercedes G-Class is not disclosed.

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