Mercedes Benz Cars are for Bigger Boys, and when it comes to this 2021 Mercedes Benz Brabus 800 and 2021 Mercedes Benz G Wagon you are talking about Big names because they cost above 200 million naira.
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Brabus is one of the top tuning companies in the world, they tune high-end cars. When it comes to their tuning, they tune the exterior, interior, and engine to bring about maximum performance that has not been seen before in the model.
The 2021 Mercedes-AMG G63 Brabus 800 features an upgraded BRABUS PowerXtra B40S-800 which produces 800 hp and 1,000 Nm at 6,600 revolutions per minute.
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To make the pimped SUV stand out from the crowd, the company added a BRABUS valve-controlled sports exhaust system, this changes the sound and gives it a matching sound with its high-end performance.
Mercedes’s souped-up G-class model receives a wireless smartphone charging pad as standard equipment for 2021 and sees an expansion to the G manufacturer customization service that can provide an even deeper level of personalization. Elsewhere, a new AMG Night package adds black exterior trim pieces, and a new spare tire cover in Night Black Magno is now available.
2021 Mercedes Benz Brabus 800 AND 2021 Mercedes Benz G Wagon Price
Both cars a very similar but from different brands, 2021 Mercedes Benz Brabus 800 has a starting price of ₦220,000,000 to ₦250,000,000 while the 2021 Mercedes Benz G Wagon G63 start at ₦150,000,000 to ₦200,000,000.
2021 Mercedes Benz Brabus 800 interior
BRABUS always makes out time to design the interior because the SUV is made for men of the high class so they got to stand out from the cloud and also enjoy high-class luxury.
The BRABUS interior is designed with fine leather, the available interior colours include colours: Cuoio, seams, and tuck. The black consists of 2 front seats with headrests, a rear seat bench, and Headrests.
Although the excessively rectilinear cabin will feel familiar if you’ve ever set foot in an older G-class, this is now a thoroughly modern place, with a 12.0-inch digital instrument panel, high-quality materials, and conveniences such as cupholders and a surround-view camera system. Taller drivers and passengers will find plenty of head- and legroom in both the front and rear. Around the back of the G-class, there’s still no power liftgate, and you’ll need to be in good shape to open the side-hinged gate, which has a full-size spare tire mounted on it. With the rear seats up, you’ll have 38 cubic feet of cargo space. Folding them down (60/40 split) provides nearly 69 cubic feet.
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