- The Brabus P 900 Rocket Edition is a heavily redesigned Mercedes-AMG G63 with a pickup bed and a very angry front end.
- 900 horsepower and 922 pound-feet of torque are fired from a twin-turbo 4.5-liter V-8 through a nine-speed automatic, with this brick capable of hitting 62 mph in a claimed 3.7 seconds.
- The interior features Rocket Red accents and plenty of black leather with a Seashell Diamond pattern.
What do you buy when all your friends own one Ford Raptor Rs and Ram 1500 TRX and you want to stand out? The latest creation from German aftermarket tuning company Brabus would be a great choice – along with its over-the-top styling and extreme power, the P 900 Rocket Edition will also be limited to just ten units.
The P 900 Rocket Edition is based on a Brabus XLP pickup truck conversion Mercedes-AMG G63, with a large square four-door saloon and a chunky bed. This beast is powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.5-liter V-8 that produces 900 horsepower and 922 pound-feet of torque, channeling it through a nine-speed automatic. That’s enough to propel this Rocket to 62 mph in a claimed 3.7 seconds and on to a top speed of 174 mph.
The P 900 Rocket Edition has one mean looking mug with deep bumper vents and a carbon fiber front splitter with red inserts. The carbon grille also includes red stripes and even lights up red at night for a sinister, bloodthirsty look. The aggressive front end is finished off with a ‘PowerView’ hood, again made from carbon fibre. The fenders have also been redesigned with protruding carbon-weave vents, and lo and behold, there’s more carbon fiber adorning the tailgate, which sits above a small rear diffuser.
The side-exit valve-controlled exhaust, decked out in carbon fiber with red ambient lighting, is said to produce “stunning sounds.” Owners may want to be careful with their right foot if they find themselves in it one of six California cities with automated exhaust noise controls, or at least set the adjustable volume control to “Homecoming”. The P 900 pickup rides on giant 24-inch Monoblock Z “Aero-Disc” wheels that are connected to an aluminum suspension that can adjust the ground clearance by 1.8 inches.
The interior is just as crazy as the exterior, with lots of black leather with a so-called “shell diamond” pattern that even extends to the legs. “Rocket Red” accents appear on more than 206 interior components, such as air conditioning vents, seat adjusters, and accelerator and brake pedals. The cabin also, of course, has a fair share of carbon fiber. There’s no word on the price of Brabus’ monstrous creation, but we expect it to cost well over $500,000.
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