It's only been a short few months since the all-new Mercedes-AMG G-Wagen rolled out of the factory to dominate our roads, but German aftermarket wizards Brabus have already given the mighty beast their own mean facelift.

The Brabus 800 Widestar puts its predecessor, the 700 Widestar to shame by (you guessed it) an additional 100 horsepower from the four-litre eight-cylinder twin-turbo engine. The colossal 1000Nm of torque can send the hefty weapon to 100 km/h in a mere 4.1 seconds, although the top speed is electronically limited to 240 km/h, which doesn't sound like a bad idea all things SUV considered.

Like all aesthetically pleasing things, the Brabus 800 Widestar wouldn't be as opulent without an interior to match. A nine-speed transmission shifted by aluminium paddles complements the classically Mercedes-AMG steering wheel and the next-gen digital dash configuration looks at home around the LED lighting alongside plenty of carbon fibre and quilted leather.

For the complete and quite frankly outrageous spec sheet, head to Brabus' website.

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