BRABUS-tuned Mercedes G 63 AMG Headed to Dubai Police

Ryan Joseph Ramos November 8, 2013


Dubai is known for some of the most remarkable architectural marvels of our times, reflecting the vast wealth of the country from its oil-rich days to its transition to a multifaceted metropolis thriving in tourism and other industries. Here’s another indicator of being able to afford some nice things: Dubai Police is getting its very own BRABUS 700 Widestar that’s based on the Mercedes G 63 AMG.

The high-performance off-road vehicle—officially labelled the BRABUS B63-S 700 Widestar—is capable of 700HP, powered by a 5.5L V8 biturbo engine. Top speed is pegged at 240 kph, and the green and white clad police unit is capable of a 0-100kph time of 4.9 seconds.

The tuned Mercedes-Benz SUV joins some pretty amazing company in the Dubai Police car lineup. The force already enjoys the services of a Bugatti Veyron, Lamborghini Aventador, Ferrari FF, a couple of Audi R8s, and an Aston Martin One-77. This is one police force you don’t want to be caught in a chase against; not only do they have speed, they also have style.

People in Dubai should expect the new souped-up vehicle to patrol the city streets shortly after being displayed starting on November 5 and lasts through November 9 at the Dubai World Trade Center, as part of the Dubai International Motor Show.

The custom-made G 63 AMG was designed under the TUNE IT! SAFE! concept that’s geared toward safe and responsible tuning, a concept that has been in Germany since 2005. It is hoped that, apart from its likely awe-inspiring city patrols, this unit can also serve as a good example of legally and safely tuned automobiles, acting like an ambassador for awareness of the TUNE IT! SAFE! initiative.

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