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Mansory G-Couture Based On Mercedes G 55 AMG

MANSORY G Couture Mercedes G 55 AMG 1 at Mansory G Couture Based On Mercedes G 55 AMG

Koroush Mansory finally decided to modify the mighty Mercedes G-Wagen, so they went for the best model in the range which id the G55 AMG. They took the car and went berserk with it! The result is the G-Couture and it’s limited to only seven cars, maybe because they couldn’t find more people who like to have an all carbon fiber SUV! It’s ghastly.

Of course as a kind of designer thing and from fashion point of view, the G-Couture is a work of art. As mentioned the whole body is made of carbon fiber. This excessive use of carbon gives the car a special personality, and because it’s so light, it also helps with the performance. Recently Mansory is doing more and more naked carbon fiber models, after all they have all the equipments to produce this high-tech material inside the factory.

The carbon crazed G-Couture is also very powerful with 700 hp 880 Newton metres of torque. To achieve this, Mansory has replaced almost all of the components of that 5.5 liter supercharged AMG V8 with high performance ones borrowed from the SLR supercar.

They also provide the car with some massive 23-inch wheels wrapped in 305/35 R 23 Pirelli Scorpion tires.

Inside the car, Mansory has replaced the back seats with two individual seats and covered them in fine leather which has great endurance and especially pleasant surface quality. he exquisite overall impression is enhanced by the airbag sports steering wheel and the aluminium pedals. The entire refinement of the passenger cabin is emphasised by applications made of real python skin in silver and crowned with G-Couture logos in the head rests. Back seat passengers also have a top-notch DVD multimedia system to amuse themselves.

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