Their latest project revolves around a more mild-looking G 65 AMG than their all-black and crocodile-leathered Hamann Spyridon from a few months ago.
With an exterior bodykit that mostly uses carbon fiber aerodynamic enhancements that obviously make no difference in performance to a car that has a drag coefficient of 0.56 in standard, TopCar has also blended bits and pieces from Mansory, Brabus and Adv.1 light-alloy wheels to complete the model's look.
From our point of view, the best-looking parts are represented by the matte grey color and the Adv.1 wheels, as the carbon fiber roof and hood scoop are a bit on the tacky side. We don't even want to know how many dead reptile skin and trees can be found inside. What do you think?