Mercedes-Benz G500 4×4² Gets Kit From Mansory, Looks As You'd Expect

Mercedes-Benz G500 4×4² by Mansory 7 photos
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Mansory has decided to develop a kit for the already eccentric Mercedes-Benz G500 4×4². While the tuner admits this is one of the most noticeable vehicles on the road, Mansory still has developed a kit to improve it.
They see the G500 4×4² as the perfect starting point for them, as the result will be appreciated by the company’s exclusive clientele.

So, Mansory went to the carbon fiber autoclave to make full use of the device and fit the G500 4×4² with as many CF parts as possible. The material is used for the hood, front spoiler, front wheel arches, mirror housings, door handles, trim elements, roof spoiler, rear apron, and rear panels.

These were not the only design changes, as the specialists at Mansory have installed new LED headlights, as well as restyling the hood with air intakes, as well as doing the same for the front wheel arches. The rear apron also comes with space for lighting units.

The resulting look is not easy to love if you are used to the beautiful shapes of classic automobiles. Instead, it is more to the liking of someone who appreciates tanks painted in striking colors.

Once inside, occupants will discover a sports steering wheel with carbon fiber inlays, aluminum pedals, and a new command and control center. Almost all interior furnishings have been covered in leather and carbon fabric. Decorative stitching and logos complete the look of the vehicle, and they match the “sky blue” exterior color.

On a mechanical note, Mansory added its Powerbox, along with a sport exhaust system. Together, the two modifications raised output by 63 HP and torque by 100 Nm from the G500 4×4² standard values, which were not modest at all.

The client will get to enjoy all of these changes with the aid of a nifty feature called “stairway to heaven,” a step which automatically extends from under the side sills to assist driver and passengers while getting in the car.
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Sebastian's love for cars began at a young age. Little did he know that a career would emerge from this passion (and that it would not, sadly, involve being a professional racecar driver). In over fourteen years, he got behind the wheel of several hundred vehicles and in the offices of the most important car publications in his homeland.
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