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Mansory Mercedes G Sahara Edition: Ready for the desert storm

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Geneva Auto Salon 2020
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A Even if the camouflage paint does not suggest it, it is hidden underneath a body molded entirely from carbon fiber laminate. In the course of the conversion, the fenders and side skirts have also increased by 40 mm in width. The aprons at the front and rear have also been redesigned. The tuner packs 22-inch alloy wheels with 305/35 tires into the wheel arches. New headlights are used at the front. Four more lights spread out on the roof of the Mercedes G.

Mercedes G Sahara Edition with 840 hp

There was also plenty of movement in the engine compartment of the desert ship. Pistons, connecting rods, connecting rod bearings, crankshaft, cylinder head and many other parts of the 5.5-liter V8 biturbo were replaced by racing components. Together with the newly designed exhaust system from the manifold to the double stainless steel tailpipes that flow into side pipes in front of the rear wheels, this conglomerate of parts produces a whopping 840 hp and a maximum torque limited to 1,000 Nm.

The possibilities of the Interior design. Almost all surfaces of the Geneva exhibit are adorned with marbled camouflage leather with embroidered falcon motifs. In addition, Alcantara and carbon can also be processed according to customer requirements.

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