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It may sport the front of a G-Class but the Brabus Crawler comes with its own tube frame chassis, alongside an 888bhp 4.5-litre V8 engine.

09 May 2022 | International News : Germany

Is the Mercedes G-Class not enough to meet your off-roading needs? Then Brabus might just have a solution for you.

This, is the Brabus Crawler. Described by Brabus as an extreme heavy duty adventure vehicle, the Crawler comes powered by an 888bhp 4.5-litre V8 engine, known as the Brabus Rocket. This power, combined with an electronically-limited peak torque of 1,050Nm, allows the Brabus Crawler to deliver a pace that is certainly far from crawling speeds: The zero to 100km/h sprint is completed in just 3.4 seconds here.

The full carbon racing seats of the Brabus Crawler are upholstered in a marine-grade high tech fabric
And don't let that G-Class front fool you, either. This isn't a stripped-out G-Wagon. The body panels (or what little of them there are) on the Brabus Crawler, are made out of carbon fibre. And underneath that body lies a high-strength tube frame, which Brabus states, is completely exclusive to the Crawler.

Lower down the body, there are robust Brabus aluminium struts that offer you a total of 530mm of ground clearance. These also link up to with 20-inch Brabus Monoblock forged wheels, all designed to ensure high performance, no matter how far you drive off the beaten path.

Jump into the body and you'll also notice bespoke, full-carbon racing seats upholstered in striking red Silvertex - a high-tech fabric adopted from the firm's Marine range of high-performance sports boats. And so that you know where you're heading, the Brabus Crawler is also equipped with a state-of-the-art GPS navigation system.

Like the colour red? Then you'll be glad to note that the mount for the CPS unit is finished in red, alongside the pedal and footrests. A two-way communication system is also offered with the Brabus Crawler, integrated into the four included carbon helmets.

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