The project is going to be ready in a few months, but we got a sneak preview from their Facebook page. This is work-in-progress at the clay sculpting phase. Frankly, seeing how much effort goes into re-designing a car, we'd pay $15,000 for one of their kits... if we had that kind of money... or a G63 to put it on.
And because clay doesn't cast shadows very well, Topcar also sketched some white lines over one of the photos, so that we know what's going on. The front end features the usual oversized air intakes with an over-complicated design. Thankfully, it's nothing like the one that came from the factory.
New headlight surrounds were also included, along with vents and an insert for the hood. That last part tells us some naked carbon fiber will be added just to give the Range Rover Sport SVR some competition.
The fenders are all flared out and detailed with some pointless vents. At the back, the G63 has matching intakes and a diffuser. That's about as an ashtray on a motorbike, but we're not going to complain.
Engine-wise, some ECU models are bound to arrive. When it leaves the factory, the new G63 does so with 585 HP and 850 Nm (627 lb-ft) of torque from its 4-liter V8. Twin-turbo goodness gets you to 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds and on to a top speed 240 km/h (149 mph) if you pay to get the optional AMG Driver’s Package.