Tuners disassembling SUVs and reassembling them to add more performance once seemed downright silly. Now, that pretty much tells the story of modern-day tuning, which asserts that innovation comes from equal parts of genius and madness. The Brabus 700 Widestar comes as a continuation of this story.
Brabus has an extensive history of turning Mercedes-Benz G-Class SUVs into super variants. The Brabus 700 Widestar is based on the all-new Mercedes-AMG G63 and takes the already excellent car even further.
Brabus took the twin-turbo V8 engine and upped the horsepower to a whopping 700, way higher compared to the stock 585. This effectively drops the zero to 60 acceleration time to just 4.3 seconds, clearly insane for an SUV. Brabus added custom fenders as well, resulting in four inches more to the track. This allows for the fitment of a number of wheel and tire combinations as a result. Not the least of which Brabus’ own bespoke Monoblock Platinum Edition 23-inch forged wheels.
Brabus also added new front and rear fascias, and you can customize the interiors to your liking. Options include leather, Alcantara, wood, and even carbon fiber. Suffice it to say that this is one of the most flexible SUVs on the market today, with plenty of tweaks to suit any car enthusiast’s taste.
We don’t need to say that the Brabus 700 Widestar looks stunning. See for yourself and you’ll come to the same conclusion. Hit the link below to know more about the car and Brabus’ other equally impressive projects.