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New Beast from Bottrop, Brabus P 900 Rocket Edition. Mercedes-AMG G63 on steroids

It’s tough to disregard the Brabus P900 Rocket Edition for 2 factors. Of all– it is really big, and second of all– it is captivating. The body of the brand-new “rocket” is based upon the landmark G-Class AMG 6 × 6– the rear part of the body has actually been gotten rid of, leaving the freight space open and the particular pipeline. In addition to visual modifications (lighted wheel arches, upgraded bumpers and front hood, 24- inch rims, extra air consumption), the engine was likewise altered.

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The heart of the Brabus P 900 Rocket Edition is a V8 biturbo, which has actually been drilled to 4.5 liters. Thanks to making use of customized software and numerous other technical options (consisting of an unique turbocharger, created cylinders and linking rods), its power increased from 585 hp and 850 Nm of torque to 900 hp and 1050 Nm. Remarkably, the optimum torque is 1250 Nm, however specialists from Bottrop chose to decrease it electrically. Most likely for the drivetrain, and above all 9-speed automated. Thanks to this spec, the 2.8-ton colossus speeds up to “hundreds” in simply 3.7 seconds, and the speedometer stops at 280 km/ h. Average fuel usage is just 14.4 l/ 100 km.

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The interior must not be forgotten. Leather and carbon control here. The seats are raised in a fish-scale style, and the headrests and seatbacks consist of embossing and logo designs with the distinct Brabus logo design. Aluminum inserts on the guiding wheel, door panels, air vents and center tunnel are ended up in red. All of it develops an environment of terrific, however dark high-end.

As anticipated, the P900 Rocket will just be unusual for a couple of. Not just since of the cost of around EUR 650,000(more than PLN 3 million). “Raketa” will be made in a minimal series of just 10 pieces.

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