BRABUS unleashed several noteworthy headlines this week, so it’s hard to pin down the most impressive one. Likewise, it’s just as difficult to choose the most opulent one, but you wouldn’t be wrong to assume its latest Maybach mod stands head and shoulders above the rest. Introducing the BRABUS 900 Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 4MATIC, a performance-tailored take on the opulent luxury SUV.
The German tuner’s latest build is powered by its signature ROCKET 900 V8 twin-turbo covered in a chic red carbon fiber engine cover, with the powerplant increasing the GLS’s horsepower from 558 to a whopping 900, in addition to its boosting its torque from 538lb-ft to a maximum of 988lb-ft. Rounding out its performance specs is the 0-62 mph in a mere 4.2 seconds, which is mightily impressive when accounting for its big-bodied frame. The truck also offers 4MATIC all-wheel drive to help evenly distribute all that power to the road.
One particularly striking element is that the BRABUS 900 Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 4MATIC sits on a quartet of towering 24-inch Monoblock M forged rims that boast a rather imposing and unique look. On to the lavishly appointed, two-tone interior, it features BRABUS’ sumptuous additions of black and cream-colored leather and shell-shaped quilted upholstery in each seat. In contrast to the SUV’s hefty performance specs, its interior is made almost absurdly comfortable thanks to a pair of cozy pillows in the rear.
As you could expect, the BRABUS 900 Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 4MATIC is solely built to order, but you can contact the manufacturer on its website to get behind the wheel of one of these behemoths yourself.