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If you can afford its incredible RM3.2 million (estimated, without tax) price tag, and are brave enough to drive it on Malaysian roads, here is the Brabus G700 6×6, available for viewing at the Naza World Automall showroom in Petaling Jaya.

Mercedes-Benz never originally made a right-hand drive version of its 6×6. However, Naza World had specifically commissioned Brabus to produce it, but it was told that the minimum order possible was for 15 units. Unfazed by the relatively large number for a rare vehicle, the order was placed anyway.

What that means is that the only RHD 6×6 units in the world are all only available in Malaysia – to buy one, you’ll have to visit the Naza World showroom in PJ. Mercedes-Benz has also ended its 6×6’s production run, which also means that these RHD models are also the last of its kind anywhere in the world.

Details are scarce at the moment, but speaking to a helpful sales rep from Naza World, we understand that prices for the Brabus G700 6×6 start from 698,888 euro (RM3,247,685) before the necessary taxes are factored in.

First revealed at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, Brabus has effectively worked its magic on an AMG G63 6×6. The mammoth vehicle gains a Brabus performance kit which it claims “unleashes the inherent power slumbering in the turbocharged V8 engine.”

The 5.5 litre biturbo V8 engine that originally produced 544 hp now makes 700 PS at 5,300 rpm and 960 Nm between 2,000 and 4,500 rpm. Brabus has replaced the two turbo units with those featuring a larger compressor for higher boost pressure. Mercedes-Benz’s AMG Speedshift Plus 7G-Tronic automatic transmission is fitted as standard.

The six-wheeled, 3,850 kg monster can perform the century sprint in 7.4 seconds, but has its top speed limited to 160 km/h. This is because of the extraordinary heavy-duty off-road tyres that are fitted to the car.

Additionally, a high-performance metal catalyst with 75 mm downpipes is installed to lower back pressure from the exhaust. The stainless-steel sport system with a controlled butterfly valve is custom-developed for power and control of the exhaust note. The exhaust offers a subtle “Coming Home” mode and a loud “Sport” position. The engine management system has also been retuned, of course.

The 6×6’s exterior and interior styling has also been tweaked to fit the Brabus portofolio. Chrome and carbon-fibre is heavily featured, while on the inside, passengers are treated to leather and Alcantara upholstery. The Brabus 6×6 also gets a hood scoop and darkened LED headlights and tail lights.

What do you think of this six-wheeled monster? Enjoy our detailed gallery and walk-around video below!