Bumblebee with a 4.0-liter V8 engine. Yes, there it is. It is actually a Mercedes-AMG G63 in matte yellow that Mansory designed.
The spectacular off-roader is surely not the fastest of what Mansory created. But it is the one turning the greatest number of heads.
The tuner posted the photos of the car on its Facebook page, announcing there will be only ten of such units. Mansory has a tradition of building very limited series, in an attempt of keeping the exclusivity of the project. So we won’t be seeing many of these 4.0-liter V8-powered Bumblebees around.
They will all sport the same paint scheme with bright matte yellow and exposed carbon fiber. The light material shows up on the hood, roof, mirror cases and roof spoiler among others. The combo makes the model look like a toy.
But Mansory assures us that it is nothing like a toy. The thorough wide bodykit includes a brand-new front fascia with a unique bumper. It brings a new radiator grill that features the Mansory logo instead of the three-pointed start logo in the middle. More prominent wheel arches and a newly redesigned hood, together with a rear wing up on the roof complete the looks of the Mercedes-MG G63 by Mansory.
Mercedes-AMG G63 Mansory sports yellow and black interior as well
The yellow and black theme continues inside the car. It covers virtually every single inch of the cabin. Flakes of gold show up on sills, steering wheel transmission tunnel. That is where Mansory also fitted the designation of the model. It is actually just one of the Gronos series.
The tuner also performed some output tweaks, giving the boxy off-roader 850 horsepower and 1,000 Nm of torque. The new figures make it run from zero to 60 mph (96 km/h) in just 3.5 seconds. Maximum speed stops at the usual 250 km/h mark.