Presented by Luxury Auto Collection East.
In 2013, Mercedes-Benz unveiled what they described as the most effortlessly superior and extravagant off-roader ever developed: the awesome G63 AMG 6×6. Measuring twenty feet in length, weighing four tons, and boasting six wheels driven by AMGs 544hp V8, along with five differentials that could be locked on the move and a state-of-the-art tire pressure control system, the car was unlike anything the world had seen before or since. Just over 100 units were built between 2013 and 2015, making the model one of the most exclusive and expensive Mercedes-Benzes ever produced.
As special as the G63 6×6 is, there is one car that eclipses it: the outrageous Brabus G700 B63-S 6×6 (or Brabus 700 6×6) you see here. Introduced at the 2013 IAA Motor Show in Frankfurt, the 700 6×6 is a G63 AMG 6×6 turned up to eleven. Crafted in very limited numbers (only twenty or so examples are believed to exist), and powered by a Brabus 700hp B63-S engine with 708 lb-ft of torque (up from 561 lb-ft in the G63), the 700 6×6 received numerous external and internal upgrades from Brabus, including matte carbon-fiber hood and trim pieces, dark-tinted LED lights, a Brabus radiator grille, illuminated aluminum kick plates and seats, floor, and headliner meticulously reupholstered in Brabus fine leather.
The example for sale here is an original Brabus 700 6×6 released from production on December 19, 2013. Finished in striking special order Designo Mystic Blue, the car was exported to Kuwait in April 2016 where it remained in the collection of a prominent businessman until last year when it received an extensive refresh and service from Brabus Middle East before being imported to the United States. Now fully federalized and certified under the U.S. Show or Display regulations, the car is ready to be enjoyed by the next fortunate owner.