The G V12 900 is exactly what it sounds like: A new G-Class that’s been heavily modified and equipped with a V-12 engine by Brabus. The motor, sourced from an S600, is bored and stroked from 6.0 liters to 6.3 liters, and equipped with a new crankshaft, forged pistons, billet connecting rods, and larger turbochargers. As the name suggests, it makes 900 horsepower and 1106 (!) lb-ft of torque. The 0-62 sprint happens in just 3.8 seconds, and top speed is electronically limited to 174 mph. That’s 0.6 seconds quicker and 25 mph faster than the current Mercedes-AMG G63.
BRABUS the German tuner is a household name when it comes to modified, high-performance Mercedes-Benz vehicles. Its latest masterpiece is the Brabus G V12 900.
Using AMG’s hand-built, twin-turbo 6.0-litre V12, the team bored out and retuned the engine to 6.3 litres, boosting output to 888 horsepower (900 PS). That’s right. Peak torque is even more incredible at 1,106 pound feet, but those lucky and wealthy enough to buy one will have a torque limit of 885 pound-feet.
The Brabus G V12 900 shoots from 0-100 km/h in a mere 3.8 seconds—seven tenths quicker than the aforementioned G 63—which is insane considering its size and weight. Top speed is governed at 280 km/h.
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