This is not the first time Mansory has impressed us with a unique Mercedes-AMG G63. At the beginning of 2022, it created a one-off edition for a customer in UAE that opted for the same "Algorithmic Fade" painting process. Its new creation is also specially developed on request for a special client, and it is impressive both on the outside and on the inside, but mostly under the hood.
This special G63 was entirely built according to the customer’s request. On the outside, it features a special body kit made from forged carbon. There is a new ultra-light full carbon bonnet, a new front apron, widened front wings, indicator bases, mirror housings, air intakes and outlets, a new rear apron, and a new roof edge spoiler. However, the most impressive part of the car’s exterior look is the paint scheme. The entire body was painted using a process called "Algorithmic Fade". It starts with the front end finished in turquoise and it easily makes a transition to black in the rear. The transition is made using black-painted symbols according to the customer’s specifications. In the back, the spare wheel is completely covered in "Forged Carbon."
The SUV will ride on a new set of 24-inch one-piece "YN.5" forged rims painted completely in black. They are wrapped in high-performance tires sized 295/30R24.
Just like the exterior, every detail on the interior was individualized according to the customer’s wishes. The entire cabin was reupholstered in a special leather colored in a paint called "Feroza." The customer also opted for a new leather-carbon sports steering wheel, a sports pedal set in aluminum, carbon inlays painted in "turquoise" and leather inserts with 3D embossing. Even the seats received a special pattern. The Mansory logo embroidered on the seats, on the seat belts, and on the floor mats is a final reminder this is no ordinary G63.
From the factory, the Mercedes-AMG G63 is offered with a 4.0-liter, Biturbo V-8 engine under the hood. It delivers a total of 577 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque. The engine is mated to a nine-speed 9G-Tronic automatic gearbox and sends its power to all four wheels. As a result, the sprint from 0 to 60 mph is made in 4.5 seconds, while top speed goes up to 149 mph.
Mansory did a series of elaborate changes under the hood, starting with larger turbochargers, new downpipes on the left and right, a high-performance exhaust system, and reprogramming the ECU. As a result, the engine now delivers a total of 850 horsepower and 737 pound-feet of torque. The sprint from 0 to 60 mph goes down to 3.5 seconds, while top speed is increased to 155 mph.