For the past few years, Brabus is on great form, what with their transform of the already powerful machines from Mercedes into even more extreme and jaw-dropping monsters. Not too long ago, the German tuner introduced their 700-horsepower take on AMG R63 sedan as well as the Rocket 900 Cabrio, dubbed to be the fastest four seater convertible in the world.
But, it seems that there is no stopping Brabus from making jaws drop because during the Frankfurt Motor Show, they yet again unveiled what they claim to the most powerful 12-cylinder off-road vehicle of the world, none other than the Brabus 900 “One of Ten.”
Taking inspiration from the Mercedes AMG G65, Brabus claims that it is the most powerful V12 off-roader that the whole world has ever seen, with its 900PS and 1,500Nm of torque from the modified V12, with the displacement standing at 6.3 liters to as much as 6.0 liters.
However, users will not really be able to make the most out of the 1,500Nm of torque since this will be limited to just 1,200Nm so that the gearbox will not explode. But still, the G65 requires 3.9 second for a 0 to 100 km/h sprint, an improvement of 1.4 seconds from the standard model that has a top speed which is electronically capped at around 270 km/h.
If you want to get your hands on this beast, you better move quick because this powerful SUV will only have 10 units, priced at €666,000 or $800,412 each. Every unit comes fitted with the unique wide bodykit featuring lots of carbon fiber. Its exterior has been completed with the set of 23-inch forged rims, all wrapped in the Yokohama rubber.
Loads of leather are also found in the cabin, with two individual rear seats with center console between the that features cup holders with cooling and heating functions, a 4.3-inch touch panel, and built-in safe with electrically-operated drawer, just to name a few.