The Mercedes-Benz specialized tuner Brabus has recently pulled the wraps off its latest creation, a modified version of the three-door G-Class.
According to the German tuning company, the model in question has been named the Mercedes-Benz G500 SWB 6.1 Widestar and it has received some interesting items which will definitely help it stand out from a crowd. The new Mercedes-Benz G500 SWB 6.1 Widestar is actually one of the last short wheelbase G-Class vehicles ever produced, the G500 BA3 Final Edition in this case, which is sitting on 22-inch nine-spoke alloy wheels.
The newly modified Mercedes-Benz G-Class, in its three-door body style, has received the typical Widestar body kit, which is able to provide it with a more aggressive stance. The look is being completed by the leather red and black interior. We’re not sure what engine the Mercedes-Benz G500 SWB 6.1 Widestar, but chances are that the “6.1” lettering would mean that the displacement of the 5.5 liter V8 has been increased to 6.1 liters. If this happened, than the power boost will be quite impressive. Sadly this is all we’ve got on this modified three-door G-Class, signed by Brabus, but chances are that this won’t be the only time when we will hear about the model.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Thursday, February 13th, 2014 - filed under Mercedes-Benz
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