German tuner Brabus has prepared a complete aftermarket package for the Mercedes-Benz G500 Convertible, following a similar treatment for the three-door version.
The open-top SUV has been fitted with a new front bumper housing the fog lights and LED daytime running lights. Other goodies include steel running boards, revised front sports grille, flared wheel arches and an updated rear bumper with a faux diffuser. There's also an LED brake light and Brabus' spare wheel while the body has received a metallic black paint.
The black theme is continued inside the cabin where the G500 Convertible received perforated leather upholstery, a sports steering wheel, piano black and carbon accents together with the compulsory logos and badges.
Besides the visual changes, Brabus also bumped output of the engine to 462 PS (340 kW) and 615 Nm (453 lb-ft). This is quite a thirsty G-Class as it will return only 11.7 mpg US (14.1 mpg UK or 20 liters / 100 km) in the city with corresponding CO2 emissions of 348 g/km.