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Brabus Goes Black And Gold With Mercedes-AMG G63

Brabus is one of the favorite tuners. The German tuner, which has expertise in Mercedes-Benz and other Daimler vehicles, shows its class without disturbing the looks of the car. The company has shown lots of classy works in the past and the Brabus 800 is no exception. The Brabus 800 Black and Gold version is based on the Mercedes-AMG G63. The enhancements begin with the widebody kit that further makes the stance of the popular SUV better. This Brabus is broader than a regular AMG G63 by 10 centimeters (4 inches). The Brabus 800 Mercedes-AMG G63 features in black with gold accents all over the body. The brake calipers, emblems, and logotypes are all in gold, as are the huge 23-inch Brabus Monoblock Platinum Edition Y-spoke forge alloys. These wheels are covered with 305/35 R23 Advan Sport high-performance tires. To finish exterior appearances, Brabus added few parts such as two golden struts on the grille, the naked carbon-fiber on the hood, and the LEDs above the windshield. The black and gold theme continues in the Brabus 800's cabin, with black quilted leather seats, other black leather elements, and lots of gold accents that give a stunning interior look. For the rear seats, Brabus replaced the bench types with two bucket ones with memory and integrated seat ventilation and heating. After fitting two high-performance turbochargers and other enhancements, the Brabus 800 AMG G63 generates 789 horsepower (588 kilowatts) and 737 pound-feet (1,000 Newton-meters) of torque. This helps the SUV to attain 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour) in 4.1 seconds from a standstill. The limited-edition Brabus 800 Mercedes-AMG G63 costs you 380,672 euros or close to $424,000 at the current exchange rates, which is the export cost that excludes VAT in Germany.