Fostla Presented a White Version of the Brabus 700
Already in April Fostla presented a white version of the Brabus 700. Now the Hanoverian “car wrapping” specialist is presenting another version with a gold-green shimmering army look.
As you can see, the basis for the Brabus 700 is the Mercedes G-Class (more precisely: the AMG G 63). The original engine, the 585 hp Biturbo V8 from Mercedes-AMG, is brought up to the eponymous 700 hp by Brabus using the performance kit (PowerXtra B40-700). In addition, a “BoostXtra blow-off valve” from Brabus should provide a better sound. The flap sports exhaust system also comes from Brabus.
The Bottroper Tuner is also responsible for the black bonnet attachment, for the black roof edge spoiler and for the running boards. The eye-catching wheel-tire combination consists of forged 24-inch wheels in powder-coated glossy black. They are fitted with dimensions 295/35 ZR24 on the front axle and 355/25 ZR24 on the rear axle. This combination is obviously not very suitable for off-road use because there is little rubber on it.
The red brake calipers are clearly visible in the side view, which does not quite fit the military camouflage. In addition, the vehicle was lowered 30 millimeters.
Finally, Fostla did the full wrapping with a film from the specialist PWF (Platinum Wrapping Film). The special color is called Badass-Brewster CC4906, also called Tactical Green. In fact, the car looks military, even if we are not sure what a soldier would say about this camouflage. With the new Brabus 700 in army look, Fostla’s list of one-off automotive items is one entry longer.
Fostla Presented a White Version of the Brabus 700 - /10
Already in April Fostla presented a white version of the Brabus 700. Now the Hanoverian "car wrapping" specialist is presenting another version with a gold-green shimmering army look.