Driving this scared the 💩 out of me!

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This absolute behemoth is the Brabus 900 XLP!

That’s right – Brabus has got its hands on the G-Wagon and turned it into an absolutely outrageous pick-up truck!

So let’s take a look at what you get over the standard G-Wagon. Clearly, the main change is the load bed around the back, coupled with a whole load of carbon fibre covered oh-so-much of the exterior. There are also a number of huge vents and air intakes… Even if most of them are fake. Either way, it looks pretty damn mean! Oh, and the ground clearance has been increased from 21cm to 49cm!!

On the inside, the carbon fibre theme continues, with carbon found throughout the cabin. The seats also come with an all-new leather design, and high-quality materials can be found absolutely everywhere, including leather in the foot wells and Alcantara on the roof! There are also some updated digital dials.

Of course, the changes aren’t just cosmetic. Normally under the bonnet, you’d find a 4-litre twin-turbo V8 that can put down 585hp and 850Nm. But of course, Brabus went to work on this too, and now you’ll find a 4.5-litre twin-turbo V8 that’s good for 900hp and 1,050Nm!!

Pretty impressive, right? Well, of course, there’s a catch… Not only is it limited to a run of just 10 units, but it’ll also set you back £670,000!! But is it worth it? Let’s find out!

Chapters
00:00 Intro
00:36 Design
02:56 Interior
05:07 Back Seats
06:06 Price
06:46 Pick-up
08:11 Engine
08:47 Chassis
09:53 5 Annoying Things
11:13 5 Cool Things
12:05 Leaving the Studio
13:34 0-60mph
14:47 Autobahn Driving
16:13 Town Driving

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10 Comments

  1. A race between this monster and the Hennessey would be really epic, Matt make it happen please

  2. The under-the-car slide must be the coolest thing that I’ve ever seen any presenter do in a car review. Props to you, Mat!

  3. The thing I realized about Brabus is that almost every part of the car has a Brabus logo on it which makes it feel excessive.

  4. Dear Matt, I think that type of ‘temperature gauge’ is generally referred to as a thermometer when it just tells you the temp of your environment lol

  5. Personally I find that a complete eyesore both inside and out, but it’s interesting from the point of view of what Brabus can do.

  6. Wow. I’m impressed. Halfway through this vid I was ready to condemn this as an expensive styling exercise but after seeing the mechanical mods its certainly not.
    Its great to see Brabus doing proper engineering instead of a retrim and remap. Top work.


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