Mansory meddles with Mercedes G-Class
The Mercedes-Benz G500 4×4² doesn’t need any additions to make it stand out, it’s already an eye-catching machine. However, tuner Mansory have still decided to develop a kit to enhance this beast.
Mansory seem to have an affinity for carbon fiber, as they’ve decorated the G500 4×4² with ton of it (well technically not a ton, as carbon fibre is known for its lightweight properties, but you get the picture) . The material is used for the bonnet, front spoiler, front wheel arches, mirror housings, door handles, trim elements, roof spoiler and rear panels.
New LED headlights have been added, as well as a step on the side of the vehicle, called ‘stairway to heaven’ that automatically extends from under the side sills, to make it easier for people to get in and out of the car.
Although the outside modifications are neither here nor there in our book, we really like what Masory have done with the interior styling. The sports steering wheel has carbon fiber inlays, there are aluminum pedals, and a new command and control center. Most of the interior furnishings have been hand-crafted for this vehicle. The decorative stitching, logos and trimmings match the ‘sky blue’ exterior color, yet remain reasonably subtle.
The G500 4×4 Squared is powered AMG’s twin-turbo 4.0-litre V8 engine that usually pushes out 310kW and 610Nm of torque. However, Mansory have added its Powerbox and a sport exhaust system upping the output to 357kW and 710Nm.