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Brabus Combo Deal Complete With G-Wagen, Speedboat and a Watch

The Brabus Deep Blue Statement package provides a custom G-Wagen, speedboat, and Panerai dive watch....

Who would’ve guessed that luxury products came with a bundle deal? It’s not quite buy one, get one free, but Brabus has offered a combo deal with a car, speedboat, and watch called the Deep Blue Statement package.

Brabus’ new offering includes their latest custom Mercedes-AMG G63 (the 900 Deep Blue), a matching Shadow speedboat, plus a Panerai Submersible S, all of which have matching colours. 

brabus 900 deep blue G63

The G-Wagen is done up in custom Deep Blue paint inspired by the ocean depths with an added “Widestar” body kit which includes a carbon fibre vented hood, flared fenders, and a rooftop spoiler. Inside almost everything but the dashboard is covered in slate-grey “Seashell Diamond” quilted leather with carbon fibre trim. 

There are a few performance tweaks as well. There’s an extra 310bhp (231kW) extracted from the 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 for a total of 888bhp (662kW). According to Brabus, the extra power means 0-62 mph (0-100km/h) in 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 174 mph (280km/h), considering the car is over 2.5 tonnes, is fairly impressive. 

brabus deep blue package speedboat

The Brabus Shadow 900 Deep Blue Signature Edition 38 ft speedboat also pumps out 888bhp (662kW) thanks to two V8 outboard engines for a top speed of 60 knots (69 mph). This is also painted in Deep Blue. 

panerai submersible s deep blue package

Finally, the watch is the Panerai Submersible S Brabus Blue Shadow Edition. A limited edition dive watch with a 47mm titanium case with a CarboTech unidirectional bezel. The dial is skeletonised with a calendar aperture and GMT function plus it’s waterproof up to 300m. It’s powered by the new in-house P.4001/S calibre movement with a 72-hour power reserve. Shockingly, it also matches your new boat and car. 

Sounds like a good deal if you have a spare $1.3 million USD (~$1.95 AUD) though the Deep 900 is $545,000 (~$818,500 AUD) on its own but you don’t get a watch with it that way.

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