Anyone who would like to show off their Mercedes G-Class should take a look at the new widebody kit from G&B Design from Recklinghausen.
Bora Yilmaz, who has been behind G&B Design in Recklinghausen for more than 10 years, sees the perfect symbiosis of lifestyle, technology and design in his creations. With the G-Boss now presented, he is making a statement about the Mercedes G-Class.,
The width is growing
Wide construction measures on the angular Benz are obligatory for the extroverted appearance. Accordingly, the wheel arches, the side skirts and the doors in the lower area have corresponding add-on parts adapted to and with each other. To ensure that the wide line does not suffer shipwreck at the front either, it has been pimped up with a new apron, a new radiator grille and a two-piece front lip. The new radiator grille also gives the round headlights an "evil look". The top of the G-Boss is crowned by a newly designed bonnet with power dome and air intake. The front edge of the roof is reinforced with a spoiler and additionally equipped with three LED lamp units. A stepped spoiler on the rear edge of the roof ensures visual balance.
If the eye wanders deeper, a new rear apron, darkened rear lights and a two-part diffuser come into view. The exterior mirrors and the spare wheel at the rear disappear under carbon covers. In order to adequately fill the widened wheel arches, G&B Design uses its own creations. The black R10 rims measure 10x24 inches at the front and 11.5x24 inches at the rear. The tires all around are the same size 295/30.
Eye-catching color scheme
To ensure that the modified G really stands out from the crowd, G&B Design has wrapped it in the special Solarbeam color with a satin finish - a color that can be found in the high-gloss version on the AMG GTS models. Body elements wrapped in high-gloss black provide a strong contrast. The black seats feature a quilted diamond pattern with yellow contrast stitching, and passengers buckle up with yellow belts. In addition to the leather landscape, various carbon applications bring a technical look to the interior. The G-Boss is rounded off with an LED-equipped headliner, which draws a G-Boss signet above the occupants. The tuner does not yet reveal what this view of the starry sky costs.,
Widebody and Mercedes G-Class obviously belong together in the tuning scene. The G-Boss kit is now coming from Recklinghausen by G&B Design. This gives the off-road vehicle the right promenade look. You have to like the Maya the Bee livery. However, there is no more power.