/Geneva Preview: Brabus 700 6×6

Geneva Preview: Brabus 700 6×6

BRABUS 700 6x6 0 600x400 at Geneva Preview: Brabus 700 6x6

The Mercedes G63 AMG 6×6 is one of the hottest cars on the planet right now. Every 10-year-old boy is dreaming about driving one, and every millionaire is thinking of ways to put their order ahead of the others. And now for those who may find the standard car a bit, well, ordinary, Brabus has come up with the 700 6×6 package.

We have, of course, seen Brabus’ take on the 6×6 before. But the Brabus 700 6×6 coming to the 2014 Geneva Motor Show features a number of interesting little updates.

It has for example some fancy new cup holders with a sort of golden shimmering mirage as the backlighting. They’ve also lines the cargo area with fine teak and leather straps, and bathed the cabin in beige leather. Every bit of it, even the panels on the roof, are wrapped with this fine quality material.

On the outside, Brabus 700 6×6 features carbon fiber fender extensions, Brabus bumpers and grille, as well as protective panels, and powered running boards with LED lighting. Brabus tailpipes are also included.

As for the engine, well it makes 700 horsepower and have fuel consumption ratings of 22.7 l/100km – 13.7 l/100km – 17 l/100km, with CO2 emissions of 397 g/km. The gold piping in the engine bay is a telltale sign of this thing’s exclusivity.

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