Mercedes G63 AMG Sahara Edition by Mansory

Mercedes G63 AMG Sahara Edition Mercedes G63 AMG Sahara Edition by Mansory The Geneva Motor Show is not only the perfect showcase for car brands, but also the best known trainers. In the prestigious European event was presented the preparer Mansory with a preparation based on the Mercedes G-Class, a preparation that could well be the car of a warlord. Before you the Mercedes G63 AMG Sahara Edition , a real monster with camouflage and more than 800 hp.

Mercedes has performed at the same event with the Mercedes G 500 4 × 4², a very capable off-road beast with its porticos axes. However, the stand of the German coach a model capable of stealing glances as submitted by the manufacturer of the star he was. This peculiar vision shows us a Mercedes G63 AMG dressed in camouflage new elements carbon bodywork and wheels up to 23 inches.

Mercedes G63 AMG Sahara Edition 3 Mercedes G63 AMG Sahara Edition by Mansory The Mercedes-Benz logos are lost along the path, a path that has led to an escalation of exaggerated power. In this model series has block 5.5-liter V8 and two turbos yielding 544 horses. To Mansory this figure is ridiculous and that is why it has boosted to 828 horses . Accompanying all the livestock we find 1,000 Nm of torque, a figure that has been limited for the sake of the gearbox.

Leaving the exterior and mechanical modifications aside, we must focus on the interior of this Sahara Edition . In the cockpit everything is coated high quality materials, where predominates Alcantara and light colors ideal for the field (note the irony of the editor). The seats, the dashboard and parts of the doors are a curious decoration, depicting what could be an eagle.

Source – Mansory

Mercedes G63 AMG Sahara Edition
Mercedes G63 AMG Sahara Edition
Mercedes G63 AMG Sahara Edition
Mercedes G63 AMG Sahara Edition
Mercedes G63 AMG Sahara Edition

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Mercedes G63 AMG Article Sahara Edition by Mansory was originally published in Current Motor.

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