Mansory Gives Mercedes G-Wagon Futuristic ‘Fade’ & 850 HP

The ultra-exclusive Mansory Bespoke division is crafting automotive art one ride at a time.

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Social media may have turned “algorithm” into a ubiquitous buzzword, but there’s nothing common about Mansory’s one-of-one “Algorithmic Fade” Mercedes-AMG G63.

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Kourosh Mansory’s namesake tuner picked the futuristic one-of-one G-Wagon to showcase its new Mansory Bespoke individualization program, similar to Bentley’s Mulliner and Q by Aston Martin.

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From front to back, the carbon body’s brilliant turquoise paint gives way to a high-gloss black—the “fade” effect is created largely by black 3D pyramids that gradually increase in size and number as the pattern moves rearward, per the client’s wishes.

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Meanwhile, the hood, mirror housings, air intakes and outlets, roof edge spoiler and fifth wheel cover are finished in a dark “Forged Carbon” that gives off an almost shale-like effect.

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The interior most liberally employs a different shade of “Feroza” turquoise leather on the dash, diamond-quilted seats and aluminum-set wheel, but flashes of black can be found on the aluminum pedals and metal-speckled carbon center console.

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The aesthetic overhaul is impressive, but Mansory is a tuner first. As such, Mercedes-AMG’s 4.0-liter V8 was equipped with new turbos, pipes and engine mapping, increasing output from 585 to 850 horsepower and torque from 637 to 738 pound-feet. The changes result in a supercar-worthy zero-60-mph time of 3.5 seconds and an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph.

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Mansory Bespoke may be new, but the overarching Mansory brand has built a revered reputation and relationships with virtually every luxury auto marque since its founding in the late 80s. Look forward to seeing other awe-inspiring Mansory Bespoke rides in the future, including their take on an already extraordinarily rare Ferrari Monza SP2.

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