Why so… blue? This is the Mercedes-AMG G 63 interior in a single color

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Only Brabus could do that and get away with it. The company known worldwide for turning cars into genuine beasts, has turned this Mercedes-AMG G 63 in a summer sky shade of blue. The project goes far beyond what the power house has been showing.

Power is a thing of the past when it comes to the projects carried out by Brabus. The company has switched to showing us jaw-dropping looks, as unique in the tuning industry as those performed on engines. And this Mercedes-AMG G 63 interior surely qualifies for the job.

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A customer requested Brabus to make the cabin of his car all blue. And this is what he got. Brabus posted the photos of the dashboard, steering wheel, door panels, front and rear seats, floor mats, all in blue. There is blue Alcantara, there is blue leather and – what would you expect – there is light blue stitching. Nothing omitted, nothing skipped, nothing ignored. The owner seems to believe there is no such thing as too much blue.

No word on the power alteration, but if Brabus doesn’t mention it, it means there isn’t any. So the car comes equipped with the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8, replacing the former 5.5-liter unit that powered the previous G-Class generation.

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The engine gives the boxy SUV 585 horsepower (430 kW) and 850 Newton meters of torque (627 lb-ft), all delivered to both axles via the nine-speed automatic transmission. The figures make the car run from a standstill to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.5 seconds, on its way to a top speed of 220 km/h (137 mph). the AMG Driver’s Package takes the top speed to 240 km/h (149 mph). And that surely makes the owner of the Brabus-made Mercedes-AMG G 63 interior anything but blue.