Granted, there isn’t much to get exited about in terms of styling with the Brabus Mercedes G500 4×4. Not that it’s dull or anything, but it looks pretty much the same as the standard car save a few more black details and a cool grille. That’s why this one right here rocks a one-of-a-kind interior.
The interior design is what sets this Brabus Mercedes G500 4×4 apart from the run-of-the-mill models and makes it something worthy of closer inspection. The main highlight of this bad boy in side the cabin is a healthy dose of blue leather which covers the seats, dashboard, consoles, arm rests, door cards, transmission tunnel, steering wheel, pillars… pretty much every visible surface.
The blue leather is then complemented with black stitching which has been used liberally to not only piece various bits together, but also give them a nice design patterns and show off the tuner’s logo wherever there was space for it. Adding to the drama of the design is a few select pieces of carbon fiber trim with big chunky weaves in keeping with the size of the car, and a set of Brabus steel pedals.
We kind of made the body kit on this Brabus Mercedes G500 4×4 seem insignificant with the opening sentence of this post which is probably not fair. It is a fantastic treatment consisting of various carbon fiber elements, including front and rear spoiler, bonnet scoops, extra large wheel arches and roof panels, as well as a set of Monoblock wheels in black.