As you’ll notice, the rear wheel arches don’t cut into the doors anymore, but the beautiful side exhausts still manifest themselves just in front of the rear wheels. Being a Brabus product, it’s safe to assume that the interior has added luxury appointments that we don’t get to see.
There have been DIY stretch jobs of the rugged G-Class before, but Brabus has taken this job to another level, looking very much like a factory effort. Which is what we have come to expect from this premier Mercedes-Benz tuner.
Also… Is that an SLS in the window? Right before the Aventador drives by? Monaco is insane.