Mercedes-AMG G 63 Brabus 800
Exterior: Satin Red
0-62 mph / 3.1 seconds
200 mph top speed
RS EDITION options added:
RS Complete Dry Carbon Widestar Package
RS Dry Carbon Widestar Hood + Light Bar
RS Dry Carbon Spare Tire Cover Delete
RS Valve Adjust 3-Pipe Exhaust Package (+50hp)
RS ECU Upgrade (+173hp)
RS 24 inch Gloss Black Powder Wheel Package
RS Gloss Red Powder Brakes w/ Logos
RS Smoke Lighting Package
RS Shooting Star Headliner with Logos
RS Gloss Black Badging
RS 20mm Suspension Lowering Links
RS Two-Tone Trim Ring
RS Ceramic Paint Coating Protection
RS Nano-Ceramic Window Tint + Windshield
If you ask North American fans, those would be the ultra-luxurious yet comfy, suicide-door Rolls-Royce Cullinan and the edgy Lambo Urus super-SUV. But, as it turns out if you really want to stand out in a crowd – or just leave those two rivals in a cloud of dust, a customization shop can only get you so far with the personalization traits.
Luckily, some exotic automotive dealerships – such as the good folks over at Atlanta, Georgia-based Road Show International – know when to call in for help from the tuning department. And there is no need to take our word for granted. A good case in point could be made here with help from their latest RS Edition whip, which may or may not be available for sale – or perhaps it’s just another VIP’s latest ride.
Anyway, what we have here is a stunning Mercedes-AMG G 63 all dressed up in Brabus 800 attire, and then some more, courtesy of the RS Edition add-ons. This is a Satin Red (with a Linen interior) take on the Widestar program, and the description also speaks of a complete dry carbon makeover, as well as a dry carbon hood and dry carbon spare tire cover delete (yeah, who needs a fifth 24-inch Forgiato wheel?!).
And these are just a few of the highlights, which also include stuff like Gloss Red-powdered brakes, an RS Edition Smoke Lighting pack, an RS Shooting Star headliner plus logos, and Gloss Black badging. Interestingly, this G 63 Brabus 800 is actually lowered with 20 mm suspension-drop links, and we also found out how the German tuner extracts around 800 ponies from the 4.0-liter M177 twin-turbo AMG V8 mill.
As it turns out, that dual three-pipe side exhaust package is not just for show but also for extracting another 50 horsepower, while the ECU upgrade takes care of the remaining 173 ponies.