Every Mercedes-Benz G-Glass that passes through Mansory's hands is crazy; this specimen is no exception. It's one of the most stunning from the renowned German tuner, and it makes any standard G-Wagon look unimaginative.
Mansory calls this G-Class the 'Desert Sand,' referring to its sand-coloured exterior paint. This color is not only ideal for the Middle East but also close to the sand color found on many of the world's most iconic military vehicles, like the Humvee. Sure, this G-Class lacks a turret and machine guns, but we're sure it'd frighten off a lot of other drivers.
Aside from the paint scheme, this G 63 AMG has several additional Mansory parts. The changes begin at the front end, where the SUV's design has been updated with a new grille, carbon fiber bumper, tweaked LED daytime running lights, and new carbon fiber intake shrouds. The most noticeable change to the front end is the new hood, constructed of lightweight forged carbon fiber and supplemented by LED lighting on the roof enclosed behind a carbon shroud.
Mansory's all-new FS.15 forged wheels, measuring 2410 at the front and 2412.5 at the back and featuring rally-inspired aero discs, have also been installed. The tuner also created new G-Class wheel arches and a set of aftermarket side steps. A big rear spoiler affixed to the roof, a forged carbon spare wheel cover, and a redesigned bumper are among the significant changes made to the back.
Regarding the inside, the client who commissioned this P900 chose light brown leather for the seats, dashboard, floor mats, steering wheel and gearbox tunnel. It even has an engine start button installed on the ceiling.
No major Mansory project would be complete without some performance enhancements, so the tuner has tweaked the 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 to produce 900 horsepower and 885 lb-ft (1,200 Nm) of torque, enough to propel the SUV to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.3 seconds and a peak speed of 155 mph (250 km/h).