The pics appear to show the factory-lifted Gelandewagen stripped of its front end (make sure to use the swipe feature of the Insta post below to see this), with the German machine then being portrayed with a... Rolls-Royce Ghost front end.
And there's more - while the G500 4x4 Squared rides on MB wheels in the stripped-out photo, this packs different rims in the RR image and it seems like we could be dealing with Ghost shoes here.
Returning to the photo portraying the faceless G Wagon, the "badging" of the dealership in the background suggests the shenanigan we have here took place in China.
Of course, this would explain while those behind the conversion had no issues with trademarks and other matters of the sort, since these are mere superstitions in that part of the world.
What's that - you don't believe it? Well, here's a recent tuning kit turning the new Suzuki Jimny into a new Mercedes-AMG G63 clone that comes to prove this.
Returning to the G Roller we have here, this should easily be able to leave the Goodwood's Cullinan behind when the terrain gets rough, not that this would justify the transformation...
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