Your extreme 6 wheeled off roader not powerful enough? well Mansory just made it even faster with this full carbon version.
Last year Mercedes released the AMG G63, a 6 wheeled off-road beast of a vehicle as tested by the Hamster on Top Gear last year (see video below). With a price of €379,000 it quickly became popular with rich oligarchs, oil sheiks and wealthy Chinese ordering the G special model, the elite clientele demanded extensive customisation, wanting their off-roaders to match their personal tastes.
This is where Mansory steps in, located in Bavaria, the company uses its own range of upgrade products for the G63/G65 and supplements this with exclusive new developments. In addition to the body parts made of visible carbon fibre and extensive interior modifications, Mansory also offers a generous increase in power output up to 840 PS. To this end, they had to completely rework the AMG 8 cylinder twin turbo and install racing components. The pistons, connecting rods, big end bearings, crankshaft, cylinder head and many other parts have been replaced. Together with the newly designed exhaust system, from the manifold to the stainless steel double end pipes, outstanding performance data is achieved. Instead of 544 PS (400 kW), the Mansory modified version achieves an impressive 840 PS (618 kW), while the maximum torque rises to an electronically limited 1,000 Newton metres.
The optics of the 6×6 also receive a distinctive new look: New main headlights are the centrepiece of the new light elements design. In combination with the new grille and bonnet, the front end is given a typical Mansory look. Only the finest visible carbon, baked in the in-house autoclaves, is used and supplements the series-produced components made of carbon fibre: The company also manufactures the mirror housings, the engine side ventilators, rear skirt as well as the air guide elements of the front skirt out of ultra light composite material.
Depending on how much carbon fibre you can take, the company can also upgrade the interior as well with carbon parts. In cooperation with the design department, the in house upholstery shop has implemented a carbon design with contrasting elements, which transfers the concept of the exterior to the interior of the vehicle.