Brabus has unwrapped the ML 63 Biturbo at the Geneva Motor Show this week. It is derived from the Mercedes-Benz AMG ML 63 and it receives 478kW (650hp), and 850Nm of torque assisting the SUV to reach a maximum speed of 310km/h (192mph).
Compared to the Brabus Widestar, it comes with 100hp more and can sprint from 0-100km/h in 4.2 seconds, about 0.7 seconds faster than the Widestar and it comes with a maximum speed that is 35km/h faster.
These potent figures come from a 6.3-liter V8 powerplant, with a dual left-turning turbos installed on the right side. It consequently maximizes performance without compromising air flow. The latest SUV comes with a different 23-inch alloy wheels and a monotone interior finish with Alcantara, carbon fiber and leather.
Offered for this SUV is a Widestar full body conversion package which comes with appearance touches, such as new rock panels, door trim, rear apron and quad exhaust.
Three-piece wheels with forged wells provide better handling from the Widestar. The Brabus ML 63 Biturbo comes with a €190,602 price tag. The B63 Biturbo powerplant is available for separate purchase at €69,800 setback.