From the car’s exterior, you won’t be able to fathom which colour it is. Is it a blue, gold, or black vehicle? But one thing is sure, this Mansory customized car is crazier than ever.
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From the exterior painting to the rear-hinged suicide doors, the G-Wagen is completely crazy and fierce.
To build this car, Mansory began by dramatically altering the side profile with a brand-new layout. First, they removed all four doors and moved the B-pillars further back.
After doing that, they fitted two custom-made doors larger than the original ones and open outwards.
The colour-changing paint is completely impossible to describe. It starts as black at the rear, and then as you move forward, it becomes gold with petroleum blue accents.
The gold-tone dish wheels complete the package. There are plenty of carbon fibre accents and components. There’s a new rear spoiler and another one at the front. They’re both made from carbon fibre, like the wing mirrors, the front bumper, and the side air vents.
The Interior Of The Customized Mansory G-Wagen
The interior comes with white quilted leather for the seats, the door panels, the carpets, and the centre console. All the buttons, the dial, and the air vents are painted gold.
The G-Wagen is named “Gronos Coupe,” and the name is displayed on the centre console. Mansory says each car is “one of one” because each car is basically hand-made.
Power & Performance Of The Customized “Gronos Coupe” Mansory G-Wagen
The Mansory Gronos Coupe is based on the Mercedes-AMG G63 and delivers nearly 900 horsepower.
Despite its massive weight about 5,730 lbs/2,599 kg), it does 0-60mph in just 3.3 seconds. Production is limited to 8 units only, priced upon request.
The brand-new G63 costs $180,000. So, the price of the Mansory version will definitely be double the original price.