Back in March we showed you the new Mercedes G63 AMG 6x6 and that thing was a complete bad ass off-road rig. Now we’d like to introduce you to the Brabus B63S-700! This thing is not just a simple beast, it’s a flat out dirt chewing monster that will roast all 6 tires without breaking a sweat.
German tuner, BRABUS modifies the G63 AMG 6x6 by ditching the factory turbochargers in favor of two of their custom turbochargers with larger compressor units that produce a higher boost pressure to get the 37-inch Pro Comp X-Treme All Terrain tires spinning from 0-62 (that’s 0-100 Km for you metric lovers) in 7.4 seconds. Although we have no doubt it can easily climb well into triple digit speeds, the B63S-700 is electronically limited to 100 mph since it is rolling around on 37-inch rubber. Obviously the higher boost pressures mean that this power plant generates a lot more heat than the factory design which is why BRABUS added gold heat reflection sheathing for the intake charge runners to further lower the incoming charge-air temperature. Now you’d think that a company that offers a 700 horsepower 6x6 monster that’s meant to play hard in the dirt wouldn’t ever dream of offering a warranty of any kind on it but Brabus stands behind their product by offering a three years, 62,000 mile warranty.
The Brabus B63S-700 pumps out 700 horsepower at a low 5,300 rpm while delivering a mean 708 pound feet of torque between 2,000 to 4,500 rpm to the AMG Speedshift Plus 7G-Tronic automatic transmission.
By far one of the coolest features is the addition of 75-mm (2.9-inch) downpipes that mates to a stainless-steel sport exhaust with electronic exhaust cutouts in case you want to make your monster roar down the road. The Brabus exhaust system also features huge dual side-pipes on each side of the B63S-700.
Exterior modifications include striking black, chrome and carbon-fiber touches while the interior was designed with a fiery red Mastik leather/Alcantara interior. The Brabus carbon-fiber hood scoop adds a distinctly aggressive look to the high end G63 6x6 while the polished skid plate offers plenty of protection in the dirt while still looking as classier than any other high-roller truck. Finishing off the exterior are dark-tinted LED lights that are integrated into the front spoiler edges while the black Brabus xenon headlights and daytime running lights with integrated turn-signal give the monstrous 6x6 a menacing look at night.
Yeah we know the possibility of obtaining these rigs is probably about the same as getting struck by lightning while riding a weeping unicorn into battle but nevertheless it’s fun to think about all the trouble we’d get into if we had one of these monsters at our disposal!