Brabus Launches ‘Deep Blue’ G-Wagon, Speedboat & Luxury Watch Line
Ride, cruise and keep time in style with this $1.3 million Brabus trio.
Brabus is unifying its collaborations with Mercedes-AMG, Finland’s Axopar Boats, and Panerai luxury watches under one Deep Blue collection.
Being that Brabus is primarily a venerated aftermarket customizer of high-end automobiles, the Mercedes-AMG G63-based Deep Blue 900 is this trio’s star. As with the P900 Rocket Edition, the V8 engine is bored out from 4.0 to 4.5 liters, equipped with new forged pistons and better turbos, and remapped for injection, ignition and boost pressure control.
The result is 900 horsepower—up a massive 315 hp from stock—good for a top speed of 175 mph and a supercar-worthy 62-mph sprint time of 3.7 seconds, all while riding on 24-inch gloss-black forged rims.
But unlike previous Brabus G-Wagons, its “Widestar” body kit wears a new Deep Blue paint coat, rendering its custom fenders, carbon-fiber vented hood and rooftop spoiler in the oceanic hue. Inside, “Slate Gray” leather is adorned with “Seashell Diamond” quilting and Deep Blue piping. Glazing in the same color appears on over 206 individual cockpit elements including trim panels, handles, switches, speaker covers.
As Robb Report notes, the G-Wagen is joined by a Shadow 900 Deep Blue Signature Edition. The speedboat powered by dual 4.6-liter V8 outboard racing engines that crank out a combined 900 horsepower, allowing the blue V-shaped hull to cut through the water at up to 60 knots (69 mph).
Completing the trio is the Panerai Submersible S Brabus Blue Shadow Edition, limited to just 200 units. The hulking 47mm timepiece features a titanium case molded using a special form of 3D printing called DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering), a skeletonized movement, a blue and gray scheme, and naturally, serious water resistance up to 300 meters.
Altogether, the package costs $1.3 million, but you can also order your favorite Deep Blue item individually. Visit Brabus’ website to learn more.