The most recent Brabus speedboat to hit the market is the Stealth Green Edition. Furthermore, obviously there's a super costly Brabus Panerai watch to go with it.
Most people are familiar with Brabus because of its work with Mercedes-AMG.
The German tuner-turned-boat manufacturer continues to be heavily involved in the automobile industry, but it is also investing heavily in its boat division.
The power output is referred to by the "900" part of the name.
The Stealth Green is driven by two Mercury V8 engines that have a combined cubic capacity of more than 9,000 cc in true Brabus fashion.
The Brabus Stealth Green's distinctive dark forest green hull makes it stand out stylistically.
In true Brabus fashion, waterproof tan leather and a lot of carbon fiber were used on the flybridge and deck.
The manufacturer used black and white plush leather, contrast red piping, and black suede for the carpet in the cabin.
It has a similar appearance to a military boat, but it is much more luxurious.
The new boat from Brabus has not been priced, but its "brother," the 900 Black Ops speedboat, costs $207,000.
The Stealth Green should cost about the same amount.
Brabus Panerai Submersible
Panerai and Brabus created a matching watch that was appropriately named "Verde Militare," which means "military/army green" in Italian.
The 47mm Verde Militare is a big watch that is based on the Submersible, one of Panerai's best-selling models.
Although it appears to have been carved from a solid block of steel, Carbotech, a patented composite material that is lighter and more durable than titanium, is the actual material used to make it.
The Brabus Panerai Verde Militare can only be made in 200 pieces, and it costs $52,200 plus taxes.