Seeing the Brabus “B” logo replacing the three-pointed star emblem on the fairing of a Mercedes-Benz is guaranteed to unleash more of the Mercedes-AMG G63’s hidden potentials. Combined with the improvements made by the tuner from Los Angeles Platinum Motorsport, the “B” turns into an additional badass as it makes it more capable of tackling more difficult terrain.

The AMG G63 begins with the popular Brabus G700 Widestar body kit which replaces its grille, wheel arches, bumpers, hood, wheels and rear spare tire cap. The engine also gets a boost from the package which takes its 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine from 577 hp to 700 hp.

Next stop is the Platinum Motorsport Adventure Package. The kit takes the iconic SUV to another level when it comes to off-road adventures with its new lift kit, tire set, wheels, roof rack complete with shovel and ax, running boards powder coated, huge winch, headlight protectors, LED headlamps on the roof, rear ladder and carbon fiber spare wheel carrier at the rear.

While the changes are truly breathtaking and make the G-Class stand out more than its standard version, it doesn’t come cheap either. Platinum Motorsport’s asking price for this all-terrain machine is between $ 550,000 and $ 600,000 depending on the buyer’s preferred configuration.

As a reminder, the Mercedes-AMG G63 2021 with standard features sells for $ 156,450. With that, the price of the Baby Platinum Motorsport here is already worth at least three new high-performance G-class SUVs.

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