Mansory’s ‘World-Class Grand Entree’ Is An All-Gold G-Wagon With 900 Horsepower

The outlandishly opulent off-roader is being called a “gold bar fitted with wheels.”

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The Mercedes G-Class SUV, aka G-Wagon, began its life as a militarized off-roader before becoming an elite automotive status symbol favored by the wealthy and famous. But the aftermarket specialists at Germany’s Mansory have unveiled a G-Wagon so outlandishly opulent that it makes Drake’s convertible G-Wagon look like a fancy Jeep Wrangler.

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Positioned as a “World-Class Grand Entree” on Mansory’s menu of custom Mercs, the one-of-one P900 EWB Gold Edition is covered in 24K gold, according to Autoevolution. The outlet aptly likened the build to a “gold bar fitted with wheels.”

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Mansory doesn’t list many of its entree’s “ingredients,” i.e. specs and features. But we know that it’s based on the Mercedes-AMG G 63, which is powered by a twin-turbo, 4.0-liter V8 that Mansory massages and tweaks to produce a whopping 900 horsepower and 88 pound-feet of torque.

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Autoevolution reports that it’ll hit 62 mph in 3.3 seconds and top out and 155 mph—not that you’d necessarily want to give it the beans and risk slapping a stray pebble into the exterior’s soft precious metal coating.

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An Instagram video posted by Mansory Middle East—presumably where the car was commissioned by a multimillionaire oil mogul—featured a couple other details. The wheel base was extended by about 8 inches (hence the “EWB” in its name) and the rear doors were converted into a rear-hinged “suicide” style and fitted with soft-closing tech.

“Step into glamorous golden luxury, much more to come,” teased the post’s caption. Stay tuned for more details.

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