As if the Mercedes-Benz G-Class didn’t draw enough attention, Mansory would stop at nothing when it comes to fitting the boxy SUV with a wide-body kit called G-Wide, available for the G 63, G 65, G 350 and G 500 models.
As if it could keep a low profile, the G-Wide includes a new front and rear bumpers, side skirts and fender flares made of carbon-fiber, adding some 40 mm to the vehicle’s width. The price for the visual additions goes as high as 18.900 euros, but goes way higher if the customer orders carbon fiber for the hood, roof, door handles, side mirrors housing, headlight encases and A-pillars.
As if it could sneak and crawl through traffic, the G-Class comes with 21-, 22- or 23-inch monoblock alloy wheels.
As if it wasn’t eye-catching enough, the interior can also undergo a customizing procedure, as Mansory boasts “flawless top-quality Alcantara leather and, of course, only perfectly-manufactured carbon”, being able to restyle just about every inch of the cockpit.
As if it wasn’t powerful enough, the SUV powered by the 5.5-liter biturbo V8 can additionally get new pistons, connecting rods, crankshaft, cylinder heads and various other of a force enhancement. It all results into an output of 850 HP and 1,150 Nm in the G 63, instead of the standard 563 HP and 760 Nm.