Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG Gets 700 HP and Pillbox Clearing Capabilities

Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG tuned bu Eurowise 5 photos
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Anyone keeping even a remote eye on the tuning industry will have seen a fair share of aggressive makeovers of the mighty G-Wagon. Still, they all had one thing in common: they were aggressive only in appearance.
But not this creation coming from a joint venture between Eurowise and Metrolina Auto Group. No, this Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG has a lot of possible uses its creators didn't really intend for it to have. Uses that could substitute a leg waxing session, for example, if you're in the wrong place at the right time.

But it's not just about the flames, this car. Oh, who are we kidding: it IS only about the flame spitting exhaust, but those two entities responsible for the tuning job did more than that. It's hard to notice any of the other modifications with the car is surrounded by a small fireball, but we'll give you a quick run-through.

First of all, as the title gave away from the start, the G63 AMG now squirts 700 hp out of its V8 engine. That's not anything too dramatic, but it's a full 130 hp over the stock power output, so the extra ponies should make themselves felt.

Then they wrapped the hood, the A-pillars and the roof in satin black, and fitted a set of Vossen VFS1 22-inch black wheels to match. The car is also lowered by about an inch, as off-road performance was never a priority for the new client. The front is plastered with LEDs while the Brembo brake calipers are finished in a "Lamborghini green." The new owner probably also has a furry four-legged friend, as the shop also build a custom dog barrier in the back of the G63 AMG.

The end result is pretty common for a Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG tuning effort: a mean-looking, big, black, boxy car with tons of power it can use as long as the road keeps going straight. But then something straight out of Carmageddon happens, and flames start puffing out of those double side exhaust like they were Smaug's nostrils. That's a cool party trick especially useful at night, when somebody's tailgating you and you don't like it. Just make sure you don't overdo it, as they might eventually call 911.

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