/Mansory G-Class Sahara Edition Sneaks into Geneva

Mansory G-Class Sahara Edition Sneaks into Geneva

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One of the most interesting cars Mansory is bringing to this year’s Geneva Motor Show, besides that formidable S-Class Coupe, is the jungle camo-wrapped Mansory G-Class Sahara Edition. It is based on the G63 AMG and features a tailored version of the Gronos styling kit.

On the outside Mansory G-Class Sahara Edition features not only custom bumpers, grilles, spoilers and wings, it also comes with four bespoke fenders which together add 40mm to the width of the car. That gives the car a mighty presence which is then doubled by the camouflage and those 22 inches XXL wheels.

As for the engine, Mansory G-Class Sahara Edition gets a modified version of the 5.5 liter AMG V8 which features new pistons, connecting rods, big end bearings, crankshaft, crank, cylinder head, to name a few. It produces a mind-boggling 828 hp (618 kW) and maximum torque of 1,000 Nm (limited). Mansory has not revealed the performance figures.

Among the main highlights of the interior of  Sahara G-Class we can mention marbled camouflage leather along with an embroidered stylized Falcon, custom steering wheel, and a huge armrest in the back!

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