The Mercedes G500 4x4² is already way over the top, with portal axles, enormous wheels and tires, and eight fancy shock absorbers. But German tuning company Brabus has taken that brobdingnagian beast and emboldened it even better with the Brabus 550 Adventure 4x4², the ultimate in tacticool off-roaders.
Fat wheel arches. A fat track. Electric blue paint. Electric blue seats. A big diffuser. Triple exhaust. A limited run of just 125 extremely rare examples. This is the Smart Brabus Ultimate 125, and it’s the world’s angriest mouse.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mercedes W203 features not just one but two tuners modding it out. We’ll see if all that adds up to a price that has you tuning out.
Montreal-based Scaldarsi Motors took a Mercedes Maybach S600 and gaudified the crap out of it with gold, wood, leather, and other bits of supreme ostentatiousness. Hide your children, because this thing looks frightening.
We get sent videos all the time. Some are interesting, some are boring, you know the drill. We were sent this one of the 2016 Smart BRABUS ForTwo, and it seemed mildly interesting– watching a quick, stubby Smart haul ass is a good time. And then, at 41 seconds in, I SAW IT.
Brabus, responsible for some of the most aggressively ostentatious tuner cars, has passed its brush over the Tesla Model S. And it’s almost elegant! Is nobody brave enough to put some offensive flaps and stance on this car?
Mercedes has already done an impressive job turning their once appealing and utilitarian G-Wagen into a leather-slathered, overdone block of idiot, but it takes the real magicians over at Brabus to push the Mercedes-Benz G500 4x4² to the true limits of stupid.
Luxo-tuner Startech has sliced the back off a long wheelbase Range Rover and turned it into a little monster like something between a cereal box toy and Megazord. It's wider and faster than a regular Range Rover, and since it has a "bed" you can reportedly skirt luxury taxes importing it as a commercial vehicle.
Babus is one of the biggest Mercedes tuners not named AMG and today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe E320 wagon is supposed to carry that modder's looks and handling upgrades. Will its price however, upgrade your interest?
I never thought the streets of London were particularly little before, but when you throw in the six-wheeled Cthulu that is the Brabus B63S-700 in there, perspectives really start to change. Even a normally-enormous Rolls-Royce Phantom doesn't look so big anymore.
Brabus has put their special tuner touch on Mercedes' mini-SUV the GLA, and I dare say it's refreshingly conservative by their standards. Big ass forged wheels, a body kit, engine tuning and an option to lift or lower the cute ute are part of the package.
Still relentlessly crapping out glittery shit like Hedonism Bot with explosive diarrhea, Brabus has built a "flagship shop" in London. There you can look their tasteful vehicles (don't touch, peasant!), sip some espresso (better not call it x-presso... peasant), and potentially leave five hundred grand poorer.
Brabus: For those times when "too much" just isn't enough. That's the best way I can explain their latest take on the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG, which gets blown way the hell up to 850 horsepower and... wait for it, wait for it... 1,069 pound-feet of torque. Lord have mercy.
Take a V12 pumping out 800 Horsepower and a gravity-shattering 1,047 lb-ft of torque and shove it into a G-Wagen, give it an ostentatious bodykit and tons of electronics, and you have the Brabus iBusiness. What business are you in, exactly?
You read that correctly, Brabus has informed us that their new Mercedes-Benz G65-based "800 iBusiness" can apparently do anything.
Loud and proud luxury tuner Brabus has a new widebody kit for the 2014 Range Rover Sport through their subsidiary STARTECH, which drops and stretches the SUV into a performance hatchback look. I dare say, I think they're pulling it off.
Because the Dubai police are hell bent on amassing a supercar collection that makes even the wealthiest oil baron's garage look sad and pathetic, they've added a Mercedes G-Class to their fleet. But not just any G-Class: possibly the ultimate G-Class.
This is what happens when you want the absolutely most insane vehicle that German engineers and a Mercedes S Class full of money can build. Thank God the Allies won WWII.