Mansory Unveil Wild, Two-Tone AMG G63 UAE 50th Edition
The G-Wagon was chosen because it is one of the most popular cars in the UAE.
Mansory is one of the most famous tuning houses in the world. The German aftermarket firm produces some sometimes wild and controversial builds that always end up grabbing people’s attention. Their latest creation is something that is extra crazy and a bit of a surprise. This is the Mercedes-AMG G63 P900 Limited Edition 50th UAE by Mansory, a limited edition run of the very popular Mercedes-AMG G63 that, as the name suggests, is specifically for the United Arab Emirates.
The United Arab Emirates, by the decree of Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, is marking 2021 as The Year of the 50th. Essentially, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the nation’s founding back in 1971. This G63 by Mansory is part of the celebrations that will run until April 2022. If we take a good look at the G63, we can see that even the interior has had a wild makeover. That interior space is in yellow and purple leather in its entirety, with Mansory saying that the colors mirror each other in the center of the vehicle. This helps to create a unique play of colors on the inside.
The exterior, though, is where the real craziness lies. It carries a pretty crazy two-tone paint scheme of purple on the front, with it transcending into black across the second half of the car. On top of the basic paint changes, the exterior of the G63 has a wide range of body kit features. The Mansory logo is now on the grille, and the body is wider and sturdier looking, with crazy wheel arches and a wild looking bumper and grille.
Too Crazy Even For Mansory
The wheels have received an equally crazy remake, with multiple spoke black wheels complimenting the purple at the front and blending in with the black at the back. The car has also had some form of performance upgrades too. Mansory say that the performance data they have shows the G63 is capable of a wild 900 hp, and produces 885 lb-ft of torque. They have not released the data on what upgrades they have done to the engine of the G63 P900. There is no price referenced for the car yet either, but given it will be exclusive to the UAE, it is surely not going to be cheap.