It's one of just ten examples to be made and has a totally unique spec.
For most mere mortals, ticking three or so option boxes when purchasing a new vehicle is the norm. For a luckier few who can buy cars like the Bentley Continental GT and Rolls-Royce Phantom, these luxury automakers will go to great lengths to design exactly the car you want.
But for the ultimate in exclusivity, you consult Refined Marques; the company helps buyers of rare exotics circumvent long waiting lists, takes care of shipping, and will enhance the vehicle to the customers' exact needs. As an example of Refined Marques' first-class service, the company just delivered the first example of an ultra-exclusive Brabus G V12 900 to a client in Saudi Arabia, and what a sight it is.
Only ten of these G V12 900s will be built, and the one seen here - ordered by Refined Marques on behalf of its client - is the first one to be sold and is unlike any of the other nine models. It was pictured alongside another epic Brabus product: the Brabus Rocket 900 that is based on the already sensational Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S.
Like the G V12 900, the Rocket 900 is limited to only ten examples. The G V12 900 here is finished in a black carbon exterior with a stunning cabin in Magnolia cream. Unlike other G-Class models, there is no spare wheel at the back and it rides on gigantic 23-inch wheels.
The interior is truly lavish with its illuminated door sill plates and what appears to be stitched leather covering just about every surface, including the floor. Despite the SUV's size, it's set up to seat only four occupants in unparalleled comfort. The Brabus Rocket 900, meanwhile, lives up to its name with its bigger wheels, large fin, and wider body. Brabus tuned the Rocket 900 to produce a staggering 888 horsepower, enough to reach 62 mph in under three seconds.
The heavier G V12 900 has the same 888-hp output from its V8 engine but will take 3.8 seconds to hit 60 mph, which should be more than enough to scare an unsuspecting group of camels. Although the tuned V8 originally made 1,106 lb-ft of torque, Brabus had to limit this figure to a more manageable 885 lb-ft. The top speed, too, had to be restricted to 174 mph. Apparently, the owner of this G V12 900 didn't want to disclose the price of the mega SUV, which tells you everything you need to know about its cost.