Check out the Brabus Crawler, a 900hp hardcore off-roader

Check out the Brabus Crawler, a 900hp hardcore off-roader

Brabus celebrated its 45th anniversary by building an off-road machine without doors, a windscreen, and a truckload of power and torque.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • How much does the Brabus Crawler costs?

    The Crawler retails for €749,000 (SGD1,093,195), which is quite expensive for a toy that's not road legal.
  • Is the Brabus Crawler a limited edition model?

    There will only be 15 units built in total, with five units set to be manufactured each in 2022, 2023, and 2024.
  • Brabus Crawler introduced

    “The Brabus Crawler introduces a new era of Brabus off-road power. An era defined by winners. By those who are willing to push boundaries and experience new heights beyond the road. As the world's first Brabus supercar based on its own chassis, this extreme heavy-duty adventure vehicle redefines the meaning of driving pleasure at its core - uniting the worlds of unstoppable power and confident elegance like never before,” the automotive company said as it unveiled the Crawler.

    Brabus Crawler engine

    Its engine is the Brabus Rocket 900, a 4.5-litre V8 twin-turbo displacement engine with specially developed turbochargers producing 900hp and providing incredible performance. 0 - 100 km/h can be reached in just 3.4 seconds. This all-new Brabus Crawler features a fully-carbon body of high-quality exposed tubing and a high-strength tube frame. The Brabus Crawler features no doors or windows at all on the front, rear, or sides, in keeping with the untamed power of a modern desert racer. Further enhancing the Crawler’s ability to conquer the dunes, are 20-inch Brabus Monoblock HD forged wheels. The ground clearance is 53 centimetres, fully adaptable to any terrain you are likely to encounter in the heart of the desert.

    Brabus Crawler features

    Brabus' high-performance exhaust system provides a perfect sound and looks for flying over the dunes with its matte black tailpipe trims and active valves. Carbon-fibre racing seats offer the best support and comfort for up to three passengers and the driver. Seats covered with striking red Silvertex, a high-tech fabric adopted from the Brabus Marine range of high-performance sports boats, perfectly match the look of the heavy-duty tube frame.

    Brabus Crawler interior

    Also on board is a state-of-the-art GPS navigation system. There are also red anodized elements around the interior, such as pedals, footrests and high-quality aluminium GPS unit mounts.

    Without the tax, the Crawler retails for €749,000 (SGD1,093,195), which is quite expensive for a toy that's not road legal. There will only be 15 units built in total, with five units set to be manufactured each in 2022, 2023, and 2024.

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