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2017 Mercedes-Benz G550 Brabus 4×4 Squared

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Jan 31, 2018

Category: Rides

About as rare as they come, the Mercedes-Benz G550 Brabus 4×4 Squared isn’t a common sight on the roadways. Fortunately, curators of The Motorcar Collection showroom in Atlanta, Georgia were lucky enough to get their hands on one of these off-road beauties that’s now slated for sale.

In addition to boasting an upgraded powerplant complete with 551 horses and 576 ft-lbs of torque, this beastly 4×4 boasts the Brabus Safari Package. We’re talking a low profile safari European roof rack, carbon fiber trim, custom powder-coated running boards, Toyo Open Country mud terrain tires, a black Brabus grill, adjustable suspension, and 22” twin 5-spoke black wheels. To top it all off, only 52 miles are logged on the odometer as well. Inside, luxury reigns supreme thanks to a Designo black Nappa leather interior with Dinamica suede and white topstitching. Less than 5 have ever made it to market – making this not only a highly capable off-road machine but an ultra rare one at that.

Purchase: $330,000

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