BRABUS B63 - 620 WIDESTAR based on Mercedes GL 63 AMG

Brabus has unveiled a new WIDESTAR body conversion for the new GL-Class with striking fender flares front and back that add eight centimeters to the width of the luxury SUV. Other elements part of the new body kit include large air inlets, new bumpers, a tailgate-mounted spoiler and a rear diffuser.

At the rear are aso new ceramics-coated tailpipes of the new stainless-steel sport exhaust system with butterfly valve.

All this rides on 23-inch high-tech forged wheels that are available in three designs: Monoblock E evo, F and R. New wheels can be wrapped with either Yokohama or Pirelli tyres.

Other updates include a BRABUS control module with AIRMATIC air suspension, that is specifically calibrated for the new tyre/wheel combination and also lowers the ride height of the vehicle by about 30 millimeters (1.2 inches). The brakes are also updated to BRABUS high-performance brake system.

For added power there is a B63 – 620 performance kit as the name already suggests delivers 620 horsepower.

The 5.5-liter V8 Biturbo engine is stock condition produces 557 hp. The 620 PowerXtra module features new mapping for injection and ignition and provides a moderate increase in boost pressure.

Thanks to the extra power, the GL 63 AMG does 0-62mph in 4.7 seconds, while the top speed is electronically limited to 280 km/h (174 mph).

For the interior, Brabus adds a new 320 km/h speedometer and aluminum components such as pedals, door pins and longer BRABUS aluminum shift paddles. For even more luxury the interior can be crafted with finest Mastik leather and Alcantara.


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