German tuning powerhouse, Brabus, has rolled out its latest marvel, converting the Mercedes-AMG G63 into a monstrous 6-wheel pickup. Customers can opt between a robust 800 horsepower or an even more potent 900 horsepower variant.
Brabus, renowned for its exceptional tuning prowess, has once again chosen the performance-focused Mercedes-AMG G63 SUV for its latest project. Their newest offering introduces a 6-wheeled pickup, available in two distinct models – the XLP 800 6×6 Adventure and the XLP 900 6×6 Superblack. As the names suggest, the models boast engines with 800 and 900 horsepower respectively.
The XLP 800 6×6 Adventure is powered by a 4.0-liter bi-turbo V8 engine. This beast accelerates to 100 km/h in a mere 5.8 seconds, mated to a 9-speed automatic transmission, with an electronically capped top speed of 210 km/h. Furthermore, this 800-horsepower variant sports 22-inch wheels, fresh protective skids, a revamped front bar, a winch, white paint, and a black leather interior accentuated by striking red details.
On the other hand, the XLP 900 6×6 Superblack houses a larger 4.5-liter bi-turbo V8 engine. Just like its counterpart, it’s electronically limited to a top speed of 210 km/h, with a torque restricted to 1049 Nm. This version shares several modifications with the Adventure model, including a heightened suspension offering a ground clearance of 472 millimeters. However, the Superblack variant flaunts an all-black paint job, with its black leather upholstery accented in sleek grey instead of red.
For those interested in these power machines, the XLP 800 6×6 Adventure is priced at 1.1 million euros, while the mightier XLP 900 6×6 Superblack nudges close to 1.2 million euros.