Russian tuner TopCar has finished its first-ever Mercedes G-Class project for a customer. They went for the sickest kit available for the sickest version of the Gelandewagen. It’s the Hamann Spyridon package for the Mercedes G65 AMG. You are looking at the ultimate G-Wagen here.
The treatment begins with bumper extensions at the front, complemented by LED lights, a blacked-out grille, carbon vented good, fender extensions, new side boards, triple exhaust with fancy new tailpipes, rear fenders, rear apron, rear spoiler, and wheel cover.
There are other subtle touches as well, like carbon finer door handles, surrounds, and vents. A set of large Hamann wheels in matte black, tinted windows and red brake calipers complete the exterior look.
Then the works begin on the interior, where it seems more than a dozen crocodiles have been killed and peeled to provide that ghastly, but undeniably impressive, trimming package. You find it on the dashboard, seats, and door panels, complementing the beige leather upholstery and very lovely wood accents. The roof is covered with Alcantara.
As for the engine, the G65 is powered by the same 620 horsepower bi-turbo V12 you find in other 65-badged AMG cars. We dare not even think about the price of this vehicle.