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Mercedes G-Class Brabus Adventure

Brabus are renown for transforming production cars and trucks into powerhouses. This time around they have applied their magic on the already potent G-Class, creating an even more rugged version, with more power and even more off-roading ability. Brabus have introduced an exclusive off-road package for all models of the current Mercedes G-Class, making it ready to explore. The adventure package increases the maximum output by 43 hp to a total of 326 hp, and by 44 lb-ft of torque, to a total of 509 lb-ft torque, and the top speed increases to 202 km/h (126 mph). The "adventure" part of the package refers to the height-adjustable suspension lifting (1.6 inches) for that extra ground clearance, fender flares, a new fascia, brush guard with winch, carbon skid plates, a carbon hood attachment, a wind deflector, a luggage rack, a wind deflector above the windshield, four LED auxiliary lights, beefy air intakes, a ladder, a spare wheel cover made out of carbon fiber and aftermarket 20-inch wheels with 285/55 R20 off-road tires. Finally, the interior is modified as well with quilted fine leather and Alcantara appointments, aluminum trim, and many other goodies. This package turns the G-Class into an incredible mean machine built for rough terrain. watch the video below



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