Even with its purchase price of 451,010 EUR, the Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6 is
still a very desirable vehicle among oligarchs, oil sheiks and wealthy Chinese.
They buy it to expand their already massive fleet of exclusive vehicles. Even in
the case of the 6x6, this elite clientele demand extensive customization and
have their extreme off-road vehicles upgraded according to their personal taste.
This is where specialist companies come in. With Brabus already unleashing its 700-horsepower B63S 700 6x6 in 2013, the Bavarian specialist Mansory has now unveiled an even more extreme development.
In addition to the body parts made of visible carbon and extensive interior modifications, Mansory also offers a generous increase in power output up to 828 hp and an electronically limited torque of 737 lb-ft (1,000 Nm). To this end, Mansory has completely reworked the AMG 8 cylinder twin turbo and installed genuine racing components. The pistons, connecting rods, big end bearings, crankshaft, cylinder head and many other parts are new. Together with the newly designed exhaust system, from the manifold to the stainless steel double end pipes, an outstanding performance output was achieved.
However, it is not just the engine performance which gets a significant upgrade. The exterior of the 6x6 also receives a distinctive revision by Mansory. New main headlights are the centerpiece of the new design. In combination with the new grille and bonnet, the front end is given a typical Mansory look. Only the finest visible carbon is used and supplements the series-produced components. Mansory also manufactures the mirror housings, the engine side ventilators, rear skirt as well as the air guide elements of the front skirt out of this ultra light composite material.
Mansory can also additionally upgrade the interior as well. In cooperation with the design department, Mansory's 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.