Brabus tunes the Mercedes-Benz G500 Convertible image

The German tuner Brabus has recently pulled the wraps off an updated Mercedes-Benz G500 Convertible, which has received some interesting new features.

After revealing a similar treatment for the three-door version of the model, time has come for Brabus to introduce the updated Mercedes-Benz G500 Convertible. The drop-top SUV has received items such as the revised front sports grille, the new front bumper which is housing the LED daytime running lights and the fog lights, the steel running boards, the flared wheel arches, the new rear bumper, the rear diffuser, the LED brake light, the spare wheel and a black metallic paint finish, amongst others.

The cabin of the Mercedes-Benz G500 Convertible by Brabus is coming with the same black theme as the model in question has received the perforated leather upholstery, the piano black and carbon accents, a sports steering wheel and some new logos and badges. As far as the engine goes, Brabus has updated the unit to a total of 462 HP (340 kW) and 615 Nm (453 lb-ft) of torque. This is assuring the model an average fuel consumption of 20 liters / 100 km (14.1 mpg UK / 11.7 mpg US) and CO2 emissions of 348 g/km.