Brabus presents the convertible G Wagon you always wished for
Germany’s leading aftermarket car tuning company, famous for giving special treatments to Mercedes Benz, Maybach, and Smart vehicles, Brabus has recently announced their latest pimped up ride. This one is based on the Mercedes Benz G500 Convertible, and is called Brabus Widestar 6.1.
As the name suggest, Brabus has given the convertible G Wagon a widebody treatment. Features highlighted on the Brabus Widestar 6.1 are all black interiors and exteriors, including front grille, Brabus logo, smoked headlights and foglights.
Apart from increase in width and adding a black body kit, there is also an increase in performance of the stock V8. The G500 Convertible with its stock V8 delivered 388 hp and 530 Nm torque, whereas the Brabus edition here, delivers 456 hp and 615 Nm toruqe, of the same V8 bi-turbo engine. Emissions and efficiency are not at their best in this vehicle, which emits 348 gms of CO2 per kilometer, and gives a mileage of a little over 6 kmpl (15.8 mpg US).
Other features on board the Brabus G Wagon include, 22-inch Monoblock E alloys, LED taillights, LED DRLs, stainless steel running boards, perforated leather upholstery, four spoke steering wheel with multi-functions, and piano black decor.