Brabus has revealed another Mercedes-Benz SUV program ahead of its Essen Show début, this time for the ML 63 AMG.
Powered by that glorious 5.5 L V8 biturbo engine, developing 381 kW (518 hp) and 700 Nm of torque in standard form, Brabus adds its B63-620 PowerXtra module, which remaps the injection and ignition and increases boost pressure, and fits a stainless steel exhaust system with butterfly valve, resulting in 456 kW (620 hp) and 820 Nm. Those changes mean 100 km/h appears in a scary 4.5 seconds and top speed is limited to 300 km/h.
Visually, there’s a front spoiler and rear fascia with clear-coated carbon fibre diffuser. Owners who need a little extra girth can opt for the company’s Widestar arch kit, which adds 6 cm to the vehicle’s width. Five styles of wheel are available in sizes up to 23-inches, including the Monoblock R and Monoblock G items shown here, while the air suspension is adjusted by an electronic module.