The all-new Mercedes-AMG G 63 inspired the Luma Design squad that saw more in it that it already is. The tuning house renamed the boxy SUV, that now becomes CLR G770 and endowed it with enhanced power and new styling.
The upgrade involves an ECU remap of the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, that goes all the way to 650 PS and 950 Nm of torque, meaning 65 PS and 100 Nm of extra power and torque.
Why so blue? This is the Mercedes-AMG G 63 interior in a single color
The German tuning company lets fans know that an upgrade of the new G500 is also available, providing the model powered by the same V8 unit, with 110 PS and 140 Nm more, taking it all the way to 532 PS and 750 Nm.
That’s almost just as much as the previous-generation G 63 featured. The difference is that the former model had a 5.5-liter twin-turbo V8, which standardly went to 571 PS and 760 Nm.
Luma granted it with a body kit that thoroughly changes its looks, turning it even more aggressive. The off-roader received front and rear aprons, brand-new side skirts, a diffuser and eye-catching air vents on the bonnet and extended wheel arches. The spare wheel cover is replaced and so are the side mirror caps, that are now made of carbon fiber. The same material can be found in the rear roof spoiler. Four additional LED lights show up on the roof.
The SUV runs on 24-inch wheels with a Y-spoked design, shod with 295/30 tires at the front and 355/25 tires at the rear.
Luma promises an interior makeover that includes an aluminum pedal set, customized floor mats and new leather trim.