Behind the full name of Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG Sahara Edition comes (too) expensive creations from tuning company Mansory, where they, apparently, this time were very inspired by military vehicles. As the base they used a G63 AMG variant of the legendary German field car, on which bodywork is camouflage that we are used to see on the military cars. Under the camouflage colors are hidden vehicle body panels, which for this opportunity, are made of carbon fiber, and compared to the standard G63 AMG, this car is 80 millimeters wider.
Mansory also installed additional four lights on the edge of the roof, and there are a huge 22-inch alloy wheels on which are the tires in size 305/35. The green military colors are also in the interior of the car, and a breath of luxury comes with a combination of top-quality leather and Alcantara.
The standard 5.5-liter gasoline V8 biturbo engine, which develops 544Hp and offers 760 Nm of maximum torque, is enhanced on the 840Hp which arrives in electronically limited 1,000 Nm of maximum torque. The car comes with completely changed exhaust system which is made of stainless steel. For this G-Class, Mansory asking 770,000 euros or around $852,000.