The Mercedes-Benz G-Class has been roaming the roads for almost half a century. Originally conceived as a military off-roader by the then Shah of Iran in 1979. The G-Class is currently in its second generation and has been offered in multiple versions, special models, and custom jobs. Brabus, a German high-performance aftermarket tuning company founded in 1977, works predominantly with Mercedes-Benz vehicles. A G63 that enters a Brabus workshop comes out as a Brabus Widestar, which includes multiple cosmetic and mechanical changes. The G63 is popular in the US of A, but if you want to drive in luxury and power then and still set yourself apart from the masses, then this 2021 Mercedes-AMG G63 Brabus Widestar has a minimal 16,000 miles on the odometer.
The 2021 Mercedes-AMG G63 Brabus Widestar was offered in multiple standard and premium colors. This example boasts a premium Designo Diamond White Metallic finish. The Brabus Widestar adds extensively to the already impressive G63 design. The front fascia is host to a chrome and black grille with the usual Mercedes-Benz logo replaced with the Brabus "B" badge. The roof is equipped with a carbon fiber front roof spoiler that has embedded LEDs; the front bumper flows into the wheel arches and comes with integrated LED position markers below the front air intakes. The hood has been replaced with a Brabus carbon fiber hood attachment with a gloss finish. The sides feature more pronounced brake vents featuring LEDs below them illuminating the side steps. Throughout, the wheel arches have been extended to enhance its off-road visual. The rear is host to a Brabus wheel cover in Carbon fiber and white. The wheels have been replaced with a Brabus monoblock "Z Platinum edition" wheels with the Brabus logo in the center and backed up by red painted Brabus brake calipers. The interior is finished in a Tartufo Brown and Black for the exclusive Nappa leather trim. The seats feature diamond quilt stitching with AMG badging stitched on the headrests. The dashboard consists of Piano Lacquer trim and tasteful Nappa leather. The AMG Performance steering wheel is wrapped in Dinamica and features carbon fiber trims. An enhanced listening experience is provided by the Burmester surround sound system.
This 2021 Mercedes-AMG G63 Brabus Widestar is powered by a 4.0L bi-turbo V8 engine coupled with an AMG 9-speed automatic transmission. Braking performance is enhanced with the AMG high-performance braking system. Other options include AMG Ride Control sport suspension and Brabus exhausts for a beefier sound. Total power output is estimated at 577hp along with 627 lb.ft of torque, thus propelling the AMG G63 from 0-62 mph in just 4.5 seconds.
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