And unless your taste buds have been seared off and you don’t like carbon fiber, the results are incredible.
Brabus Rolls-Royce 700
In true Brabus style, the formerly understated Rolls-Royce Ghost is now a very different, meaner-looking car.
The front spoiler, lip spoiler, grille sideburns and rear diffuser are all covered in carbon fiber.
The car’s also dripping in “shadow chrome”, has 22-inch monoblock wheels and has been dropped 30mm lower than the standard Ghost.
As for the sound, it was given a “thrilling 12-cylinder exhaust note”.
And the interior?
Well, there was clearly plenty of carbon fiber leftover because the inside is also covered in it.
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The interior is upholstered in porcelain leather finished with a special Brabus square pattern on the seats, floor mats and all the trim elements.
This Brabus 700 isn’t just the epitome of luxury, it’s also powerful.
The V12 engine produces a massive 700HP.
It can go from 0-100km/h (0-62mph) in just 4.6 seconds.
But in news no one likes to hear, it’s electronically limited to a top speed of 250km/h (155mph).
This reimagined Porsche 911 is also covered in exposed carbon fiber – including on the front spoiler and side flaps.
Its new 21 and 22-inch monoblock wheels also set it apart from the standard 911.
Inside, Brabus has decked it out in black leather with crest pattern quilting and red trim.
The Brabus 820 goes from 0-100km/h (0-62mph) in just 2.5 seconds.
Brabus 900 Superblack
This reimagined Mercedes AMG G 63 is the third edition to Brabus’s monochrome series.
Finished in Obsidian Black Metallic, this G is exactly what its name suggests: super black.
With ‘Seashell Diamond’ quilting, the car also pays tribute to Brabus’s founding year 1977 with 77 signets everywhere.