Behold: the Mercedes Brabus G550 Adventure 4X4X2 – a new twist on the old (recently revamped after 35 years) G500, modified by offload specialists Brabus. Upgrades include brush guards, roof rack, winch, and Monoblock wheels with all-terrain tires. An uprated power plant increases the top speed to 210km/h.
Yours for a what-are-the-chances €550,000.
Wreck (2016) by Philadephia-based sculptor Jordan Griska, who sez of it:
Wreck is based on a computer-generated model of a luxury sedan, in a video game, which was manipulated to look like it was involved in a crash that resulted in a fatality. I crafted 12,000 individual pieces of mirror-finish stainless steel, over the course of almost two years, in order to transform that model into a full-sized three-dimensional monument. The perfect geometry and flawless materiality of the piece reflect the inspiration of idealized digital design, in stark contrast with the grimness of the reality it represents. Beauty, technology and engineering collide with death and reality.
A 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster – convertible sister of the iconic 300SL Gullwing, this immaculately restored model was originally imported to the US and then exported to Norway.
Yours for between €750,000 and €950,000.
Behold the twin turbo, 6.3l, 900bhp, V12 Brabus 900 SUV – a modified Mercedes-AMG G65 and one of the most powerful SUV’s on the planet.
Withy upgraded braking, suspension and forged steel 23in wheels, the G-wagon accelerates from 0 to 100km/h in 3.9 secondsup to a top speed of 270km/h.
Only ten exist and yours will cost a trifling $800,000 (€672, 580).
No word on the electric G-Wagon yet.
The legendary Mercedes 240bhp 300 SL Gullwing – the supercar of the 1950s, capable of an at-the-time frankly gobsmacking 166mph. 1400 were produced between 1954 and 1957 and this pristine, fully restored late model roadster is presented in its original black on red colour scheme.
Yours for (at the very least) €1,052,232
Behold: the Kreisel Electric G-Class – a rebranded, former V8 diesel Mercedes G-Wagon refitted with an all-electric powerplant. Capable of 0-100km/h in under 6 seconds and with a 300km range, the vehicle loses none of its heavyweight SUV chops.
For now, just a Schwarzenegger-approved prototype, but moving toward inevitable mass production.
A 1955 Mercedes Benz 300SL Gullwing – once the property of its sole owner, pilot and US Merchant Marine, Sig Noygren – it’s been in dry storage since 1976.
From the Fire Engine Red paint and red plaid upholstery, the car (with just 32,239 miles on the clock) remains in its original state aside from custom enhancements, including a chronometer, altimeter, and thermometer, as well as fog lights, an eight-track player, and a defroster fan.
Yours for around $1,000,000.
The Mercedes-Maybach S650 Cabriolet – a 6.0L V12 twin turbo, seven speed, 621bhp luxury flagship of which only 300 will be made worldwide.
The €230K überhooptie (MB’s most expensive) comes complete with a car cover and a set of luggage made from the same leather as the luxuriously appointed interior.
The most or nothing: Mercedes-Maybach S650 Cabriolet pushes the luxury limits (Autoblog)
The Mercedes-Maybach 600S Pullman Guard – the 6.5m long, 5 tonne, bulletproof, bombproof, 530bhp, V12, twin turbo bourgemobile your despotic regime has been waiting for.
Wall to wall leather, four reclining rear seats facing one another as you cruise past the favelas, laughing with your wives.