• Mansory just unveiled its new build for the Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6.
  • The latest project of the tuning specialist is called “Mansory Gronos.”

The Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6 only had a two-year production run, with only a hundred units ever delivered to customers. However, it remains one of the ultra-rare gems of the G-Class range and Mercedes. Although its successor, the Mercedes-AMG G63 4×4 Squared, was also impressive in its own right, it does not exude the same level of personality that the six-wheeler has.

Mansory Redesigns the Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6

With these in mind, it would be such a treat to see one on the roads nearly a decade since Mercedes capped off its stint. Recently, Mansory got hold of one of them and just couldn’t resist the temptation of leaving it alone.

In fairness, despite its infamy over some of its G-Class works, Mansory may have pulled some punches in the G63 AMG 6×6. And it’s not that we’re complaining, though.

Instead of the German tuner’s usual over-the-top tuning packages for the G-Wagen, the G63 AMG 6×6, rechristened as “Mansory Gronos,” only had its hood, roof lights, and front grille modified. Of course, it now carries the logo of Mansory in place of the original three-pointed star. But then again, it’s still unmistakably a Merc, thanks to the tuner holding a bit back from its very wild imagination this time around.

Inside, the Mansory Gronos offers a refreshing sight with its minty green-clad upholstery with black accents. Mansory also adorned the covers on the seats, side panels, and floor mats with special stitching patterns. It comes with new tread plates, a starlight headliner, and a rear-seat entertainment system to keep up with the times, too.

Powertrain of the Mansory Gronos

There’s no word on whether the Mansory G63 AMG 6×6’s engine benefited from any upgrades. Nonetheless, it’s worth noting that its stock version is already equipped with a 5.5-liter twin-turbo V8 delivering 544 hp and 561 lb-ft of torque partnered to a seven-speed gearbox. These are already enough to launch the six-wheeler from 0-60 mph in a mere 7.8 seconds and to a top speed of 100 mph.

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