Mercedes-AMG G 63 “Long Nose” – Who turned the G-Wagen into a yacht?
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Mercedes-AMG G 63 “Long Nose” – Who turned the G-Wagen into a yacht?

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Some cars should never see the light of day. And the Mercedes-AMG G 63 “Long Nose” is that type of car. A young designer though, thought it would do.

The Mercedes-AMG G 63 is a glorious boxy off-roader that has gained territory and became unbeatable in the segment of luxury cars capable of going off the tarmac. Apparently, even though intimidating, it inspires young designers to creating absurd derivations.

And the Mercedes-AMG G 63 “Long Nose” is just that. The fans of the model could handle the daring Mercedes G500 4×42, the extreme Mercedes G 63 AMG 6×6 and even the luxurious Mercedes-Maybach G 650 Landaulet, that saw the light of day two years ago. But can there be space for the “Long Nose” among their extravagant preferences?

Sugardesign_1 posted his creation on Instagram, shocking the 171 followers. The photo soon became viral, accompanied by negative reactions.

The model he portrays features an extended bonnet, extended front wings, while the cabin seems to have been pushed back. The designer relocated the iconic spare wheel, usually positioned on the rear door, right behind the front axle. Can that front door even open wide with that case rising from the front wing? He also decided on chopping off the rear side doors in order to keep the usual length of the off-roader at 4 meters and 88 centimeters (191.9 inches).

There is no mention though if the right side of the car features a similar spare tire or if the model comes with yet another weird element: asymmetry.

And to enhance the weird design, a canoe appeared on the roof of the car. It seems anchored to the bonnet by some wires, that we are not even sure that are allowed for use on public roads.

Mercedes-AMG G 63 “Long Nose” is not the only creation

The designer is not at his first bizarre creation of such kind. His Instagram account displays a BMW 4-Series Gran Coupe and several Asian models that he transformed.

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