German tuner Brabus has trouble saying goodbye to the first generation Mercedes-Benz G-Class and therefore produces one last limited series of the fierce G 500 4×4².
The G-Class is a somewhat strange duck in the Mercedes line-up. From the previous generation, which was replaced only this year, Mercedes-Benz delivered a series of remarkable versions towards the end of its career.
Together with AMG Mercedes-Benz built a six-wheel variant, the G 63 AMG 6×6, and later on the smaller, but ultra tall, G 500 4×4². The latter, a G 500-based version, was already tackled by the German tuner Brabus which now is saying goodbye with a final series of 10 pieces.
Brabus calls the last series of the Mercedes-Benz G 500 4×4² the ‘Final Edition’, but the modifications are in fact a bit more consistent than before. The earlier version of the G 500 4×4² that Brabus presented was given the name G 550 and had under the hood a 557 hp 5.5 V8 instead of the standard 536 hp strong copy.
The Final Edition gets a up to 700 horsepower version of the same eight-cylinder unit under the hood, a 960 Nm strong engine that propels the car in 5 seconds to a speed of 100 km / h.