First, the G 63 is transformed into a Brabus 700 Widestar.
Then, Fostla wraps it, lowers it, and adds a few other touches.
The “entry-level” Brabus 700 has 690 horsepower.
Brabus is a well-known Mercedes-Benz tuner. When its modifications are joined by Fostla’s military vision for the Mercedes-Benz G-Class, an AMG G 63 specifically, you get a powerful SUV that would almost fit in on an army base. Well, not quite…
The Brabus 700 is the result of the Brabus PowerXtra B40-700 performance kit which boost’s the AMG‘s twin-turbo 4.0-litre V8’s power to 690 horsepower and 701 lb.-ft. of torque (there also exists an 800 version with 789 horsepower). The particular truck is also equipped with the Widestar body kit, and this is where Fostla steps in.
Essentially, the Hanover-based tuner finishes what Brabus started by installing a Brabus sport exhaust system, massive rear spoiler, and equally monstrous glossy black 24-inch Brabus Monoblock Z wheels. The wheels are wrapped with 295/35ZR tires up front and 355/25ZR in the rear. The actual truck is also wrapped in “Badass-Brewster CC4906”, or tactical green PWF (Platinum Wrapping Film). Finally, the G-Wagen is lowered 30 mm or 1.18 inches.