But why put the spotlight on it again? Because this one has a different specification. It has a white paint finish and numerous black elements, as well as other attachments in visible carbon fiber. The carbon fiber body kit is part of the upgrades, and so are the wheels hugged by fat tires. Electric running boards, a winch, a bulbar, Brabus logos, additional lights mounted on the roof, a custom hood, and others are more defining features.
It is the back end that has suffered more mods, as instead of a closed trunk area, it has an open bed design. The new tailgate hosts the tuner's emblem on it, and for more off-road prowess, it boasts portal axles and a more generous ground clearance. The bi-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine carries over, albeit with enhanced oily bits that have lifted the output and torque to 789 hp (800 ps/588 kW) and 738 pound-feet (1,000 Nm).
The initial estimate was 4.8 seconds from 0 to 62 mph (0 to 100 kph) and a 130 mph (210 kph) top speed. However, Roadshow International, which has released the images posted in the gallery above on their social media channels, states that it is way quicker. The sprint is apparently dealt with in 4.1 seconds, and flat-out, it can do 190 mph (306 kph). The stock G 63 needs 4.5 seconds to 62 mph and tops out at 137 mph (220 kph), aided by its 577 hp (585 ps/430 kW) and 627 lb-ft (850 Nm).
More Brabus logos can be seen on the inside, decorating the headrests, seatbacks, and other components. The dominating material is obviously leather, with a white hue, diamond quilting, and black piping in this case. The tuner left its mark on other parts, such as the air vents, steering wheel, and pedals, which have a white look to them. And if you must know, that flashy ambient lighting equips every Mercedes-AMG G 63 out there, as well as the normal Benz models.
We don't know if this one is for sale, but if it is, then it likely costs an arm and a leg, given the extensive amount of work that went into it. Would you buy it if you were rich?