Mercedes G63 AMG 6x6, the Wacky Races Edition Rendered

The world seems to be on a constant quest to show Mercedes-Benz that its G63 AMG 6x6 simply isn’t bonkers enough. From established tuners such as Brabus to questionable aftermarket developers such as Dartz, everybody wants to treat the six-wheeled behemoth with the gift of boldness. Well, we may have just come across the most extreme G63 AMG 6x6 ever and it strictly follows the “less is more” principle.
Mercedes G63 AMG 6x6, the Wacky Races Edition 1 photo
Photo: Sam Moores Photography on Facebook
This miniature version, which would perfectly fit in the Wacky Races, is a digital effort, belonging to Sam Moores Photography. Still, we can’t hide the fact that it amuses us to see such an adorable little Gelandewagen.

Zoom in and you’ll notice that this is in fact the Brabus incarnation of the monster, the B63S 700 6x6. This means you’ve got 700 hp that can send the mammoth past the 62 mph mark in 7.4 seconds, while the top speed is electronically limited to 100 mph (160 km/h). Wait, there’s more.

The actual car was shot at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2014 and we are dealing with a vehicle that took part in a pretty wacky race earlier in the year, as this was the ride that took Team Masters of Speed through the Gumball 3000 adventure. The blue “emergency” lights (more or less legal), found on the bar adoring the vehicle, as well as on the radiator grille, let you know this was an unusual creation, even for a development of this kind.

And when you think that there are people out there who consider the sheer idea of the G-Class still being in production as an extravagance.
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