Brabus Mercedes GL 63 Biturbo

We are now pretty much convinced that a bunch of eight year-old boys run Brabus! Honestly, In less than a month they have released four cars which have a combined power of 2600+ hp!

This is the latest of the lot, which has been revealed at Dubai Motor Show. It is a Mercedes GL which is supposed to be a soft seven-seat SUV for your family, but that’s too boring for Brabus, so they have replaced its engine with the 6.3 liter AMG-V8 of the ML63.


But even that didn’t phase them enough, so they tuned it, to 650 hp! Changes include a twin turbo system, special cast exhaust manifolds with integrated turbine housings and bypass valves, a big water-to-air intercooler as well as a dual intake manifold with cast-in BRABUS Biturbo logos and sport air filters, BRABUS forged pistons, and modified engine electronics.

As a result this super heavy car is capable of accelerating from zero to 100 km/h in 4.7 seconds. However we are afraid to report that the top speed is limited, to JUST 300 km/h!


To give this monster a distinctive look, Brabus has gave it their Widestar bodykit. So it comes with modified front and rear aprons, a new grille, bigger air intakes, LED lights, illuminated side sills, rocker panels and rear diffuser with quad integrated tailpipes on its sides.

The choice of wheels for this car is 23-inch Monoblock E PLATINUM EDITION with Pirelli or YOKOHAMA high-performance tires.


The interior of the GL 63 BiTurbo is also upgraded accordingly to cope with the car’s extreme specs. After all it costs 368,000 Euros, so you are right to expect above the ultimate! The cabin is heavily garnished with high-tech stuff as well as luxury goods.

All three rows of seats have their own multimedia system. There’s five monitors in it! It also has especially soft and breathable Mastik leather and Alcantara upholstery and carbon fiber trim decorations. It is a car for people with exquisite taste!

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