The BRABUS Crawler introduces a new era of BRABUS off-road power. An era defined by winners. By those who are willing to push boundaries and experience new heights beyond the road. As the world’s first BRABUS supercar based on its own chassis, this extreme heavy-duty adventure vehicle redefines the meaning of driving pleasure at its core – uniting the worlds of unstoppable power and confident elegance like never before.

Its beating heart is the BRABUS Rocket 900 4.5-liter V8 twin turbo displacement engine with specially developed turbochargers producing 900 horsepower and thus offers incredible performance. It is pure adrenaline on four wheels; the ultimate dune racer capable of accelerating from 0 – 100 km/h in just 3.4 seconds courtesy of the BRABUS Rocket 900 4.5 liter V8 twin turbo displacement engine producing 662 kW / 900 hp.

100% BRABUS – The exclusive chassis of the all-new BRABUS Crawler features a high-strength tube frame combined with an open, four-seat body made of high-quality exposed carbon. In tune with the untamed power of a modern desert racer, the BRABUS Crawler features neither doors nor windows at the front, sides and rear.


Bespoke, full-carbon racing seats offer perfect support as well as outstanding comfort for the driver plus up to three passengers. Matching the distinct look of the heavy-duty tube frame, our interior-design specialists covered each seat with striking red Silvertex – a high-tech fabric adopted from the BRABUS Marine range of high-performance sports boats.

To ensure you stay in control of your adventure across the uncharted at all times, the BRABUS Crawler is also equipped with a state-of-the-art GPS navigation system. Red anodized elements around the interior such as pedals, footrests and the high-quality aluminum GPS unit mounts provide striking contrast. For communication between the individual crew members, the BRABUS Crawler features a sophisticated 2-way communication system – which can be used with the dedicated intercoms integrated into the four included BRABUS carbon helmets or other headsets.