Despite the fact that the Mercedes-Benz G-Class is one of the most capable off-roaders out there, most examples will never see a gravel road, let alone a difficult off-road trail. Thankfully, the owner of this particular example is more than happy to get it a little dirty.
This G-Class is one of the rare G500 4×4² variants that the German automaker introduced a number of years ago. It has also been extensively modified by none other than Brabus, who turned it into an absolute animal.
Brabus offered a number of different upgrade packages for the G500 4×4² when it was on sale. Topping out the range was the 850 6.0 Biturbo Final Edition which was limited to just five examples, each commanding an asking price of $550,000. However, this particular 4×4² appears to be one of the ‘Adventure’ variants that include a number of off-road accessories, including underbody protection, a winch, hood scoop, extra lighting, and a carbon fiber spare wheel cover.
It is understood that the V8 of this model has been upgraded so it now churns out 647 hp and 577 lb-ft (783 Nm) of torque and the SUV has been fitted with a titanium straight pipe exhaust making it sound absolutely insane at full throttle. Thanks to all the modifications, it is also more than capable of driving through areas of mud and sand without a worry in the world.