Mansory's Mercedes-AMG G63 "Gronos 2021" Brings Power, Presence and Prestige

Delivering 838 HP, a supercar-slaying 0-62 MPH time of 3.5 seconds, and rarity to boot.

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Never one to shy away from the extreme, luxury tuning house Mansory has unveiled its latest masterpiece: the “Gronos 2021,” based on Mercedes-AMG‘s G63 G-Class.

As per usual, Mansory has kitted out the G63 with all the bells and whistles imaginable. Starting with the four-liter bi-turbo V8 engine, Mansory ups power from 577 HP and 850 Nm of torque to a whopping 838 HP and 1,000 Nm, taking the 0-62 MPH time down to a supercar-slaying 3.5 seconds. If you’d like it to go faster, you can also equip the AMG Driver’s Pack so that it’ll hit a max speed of 155 MPH, riding on huge 24-inch rims that’ll make the ride feel even faster.

Aside from power, the “Gronos 2021” features a wide body kit covered in forged carbon fiber and a special “British Racing Green” paint job. There’s a new front apron, widened arches and doors, a new rear apron, a completely re-designed forged carbon hood that sports more than enough vents to cool the V8, plenty of lighting on the bumpers, grille and roofline, a new spoiler, and of course, a completely overhauled interior fitted in “Fawn Brown” leather.

A new leather-carbon sports steering wheel, a sports pedal system in aluminum, carbon inlays, and new leather inserts with 3D embossing details on the seats, in the door inserts, and the center armrests all find themselves decorating the interior alongside Mercedes-Benz’s signature tech and appliances.

Just ten of the Mansory “Gronos 2021” G-Class’ are to be built, with each costing from €560,160 EUR (around. $666,200 USD). Take a closer look at the truck above, and find out more on Mansory’s website.

In other news, Rolls-Royce has announced a new level of customization for its Cullinan.

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