Regardless of how you feel about Mansory and its wild creations, one thing we can all agree on is that it knows how to build a car that turns heads. It has done just that with its latest creation, the Mansory Grand Entrée, based on the Mercedes-AMG G63.
The tuner has released a host of upgrade packages for the G63 over the years and this is one of its most outlandish. It will be capped at just 10 units worldwide and features a dizzying array of exterior and interior modifications. It also benefits from a series of performance improvements and leaves no stone unturned in its bid to be the ultimate G63.
Changes start with the body. Found at the front of the G63 Grand Entrée is an all-new bumper with exposed forged carbon fiber elements and LED daytime running lights. Mansory has also crafted a new grille for the Mercedes, also made from forged carbon fiber, and then bolted on a distinctive hood. This hood is also manufactured from the lightweight material and includes a massive air intake to help cool the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8.
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Other modifications made across the front half of the G63 Grand Entrée include LED roof lights housed within a carbon fiber cluster as well as carbon fiber vents behind the front wheel arches. The SUV is also sitting on custom black wheels, has electronic side steps, and rear suicide doors with a soft-close function. Mansory has also designed a towering rear wing for the Mercedes and a new rear fascia with plenty of carbon fiber parts.
Then we get to the interior. The person who commissioned this particular one opted to have the cabin bathed in a combination of brown and Pistachio green leather. Mansory has also incorporated an LED array into the door panels while also cladding various areas in carbon fiber.
Serving as the piece de resistance to the G 63 Grand Entrée is a new exhaust system and upgrades to the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 meaning it now delivers 850 hp and 737 lb-ft (1,000 Nm) of torque, allowing it to hit 62 mph (100 km/h) in a mere 3.5 seconds.