The Brabus 900 One of Ten Is Outrageous Exclusivity Defined

With over 1100 lb.-ft. of torque and a 168 mph top speed, this G-Class is the ultimate in eccentricity.

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Brabus, the German customizer famous for turning Mercedes-Benz cars into wildly eccentric rocketships, unveiled a new G-Class ahead of the Frankfurt Auto Show. The Brabus 900 "One of Ten" is a V12-powered G65 AMG that's been completely gone over with custom body panels, a bigger engine, and all the attention-grabbing custom trim you could ever desire.

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As you've probably already guessed, the 900 One of Ten is limited to just 10 units worldwide, and produces 900 horsepower. What the name doesn't mention is the truck's 1106 lb.-ft. of torque, ludicrous 3.9-second 0-62 mph time, or 168 mph top speed.

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The 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 has been upped to 6.3 liters, with completely revised internals. And as you'd expect from a Mercedes truck priced at $800,000, every panel is covered in carbon fiber. The wheels are 23 inches in diameter.

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The interior is just as outrageous, with custom quilted leather and deviated stitching everywhere. There's even a built-in safe (!).

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The 900 One of Ten will premiere alongside the 900 Rocket convertible at the Frankfurt Auto Show later this week.

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