Last Call: I’ve officially seen it all

In my life, I’ve seen some funky things. Many of the craziest ones are usually in the form of a render that doesn’t, and probably never will exist. This one however was one that made me do a double-take as I was scrolling through Instagram. Was that really a slammed G-Wagon? To my surprise, it not only was it a G-Wagon with better fitment than m Z, but it was also a Brabus. But I suppose that actually makes more sense. Because if you’re the kind of person to get a Brabus then you probably have “f-you money.”

Even still, this build is actually pretty nuts. It kind of makes me feel uncomfortable looking at it but hey who am I to judge. What do you think? Is this something you would snap a pic of rolling down the street?

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5 responses to “Last Call: I’ve officially seen it all”

  1. neight428 Avatar

    Inverted portal axles?

    Here’s a pic of the 4R getting friendly with the locals.

  2. 0A5599 Avatar

    It must be fun to have that much money to dump into a LOOK AT ME vehicle, roll up to a crowded automotive gathering, and then have every single person looking away.

  3. Sjalabais Avatar

    And then there’s this guys’ second car…

  4. Kernel Panik Avatar
    Kernel Panik

    Clearly this setup is optimized for the roads of Montana, where the vehicle is registered.

  5. salguod Avatar

    I want to see it pull into a parking spot in Walmart. I imagine steering lock is a bit limited.

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