According to a new report, the all-new 2021 Mercedes-AMG GLS 63 has been converted into the Brabus 800, with the SUV getting new looks both on the outside and inside, and a power bump.
This means, the modified turbochargers and new software installed will offer a mouthwatering V8 4.0-liter V8 engine producing an extra 185 horsepower and 111 pound feet of torque. By implication, the SUV can sprint from zero to 62 mph; it needs 3.8 seconds, almost half a second quicker than stock, and a maximum speed of 174 mph.
The standard part will also accommodate the stainless steel exhaust system, with quad tailpipes in carbon or titanium look, making the V8 model more sonorous in ‘Sport’ mode or more subtle in ‘Coming Home’ mode at the push of a button. The special control module for the suspension has reduced ground clearance by 25 mm (1 in), while still leaving room under the arches for 24-inch wheels. The converted vehicle will now ride on the Brabus Monoblock M Platinum Edition 10×24-inch rims, wrapped in 295/35 tires.
The carbon fiber exterior add-ons comprise of the front apron, rear diffuser, air deflectors, wheel arch covers, grille and optional spoiler. The entire car is painted black, contrasted by the red signature stripes, and an illuminated Brabus logo rests on the grille.
Offering a similar black and red theme, the cockpit is covered in leather stitched together with grey string on the seats in a diamond pattern. Unclad carbon elements can be spotted on the dashboard and door panels, while the pedals, steering wheel paddle shifters and door pins are created from aluminum.