Brabus 800 iBusiness based on the Mercedes G 65 AMG revealed

Remember the high-performance Brabus 850 6.0 Biturbo iBusiness based on the new S 63 AMG from last year’s Frankfurt Motor Show?

With 838bhp and all the latest Apple goodies this was one fast office on the wheels.

Brabus has now given the “iBusiness” treatment to the G 65 AMG, that will debut next week at the Geneva Motor Show.

The iBusiness 800 G 65 AMG has been equipped with an aggressive wide body kit, a ram air bonnet, revised grille, tinted xenon headlights, new daytime LED lights, carbon fibre components and huge 23-inch forged alloy wheels.

The 6.0-litre V12 engine has been equipped with new turbochargers, a stainless steel sports exhaust system, an optimized ECU and four water-to-air intercoolers, taking engine output to an impressive 800 hp (790bhp), while the torque is electronically limited to 811 lb-ft, enabling the big SUV to hit 0-62mph in just 4.2 seconds, while the top speed is electronically limited to 155mph.

Moving on to the interior we can see quilted leather seats, an Alcantara headliner, illuminated sill plates, new alloy pedals, individual rear seats with a full length centre console, which comes with a refrigerator and rear tray tables.

The highlight of the interior is a a wide range of different Apple goodies from an iPod Touch, an iPad Mini, a Mac Mini and an Apple TV. In addition there is an internet connectivity, premium audio sound and a bigger 15.6-inch LCD monitor.


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