Great individual details for that Mansory P850 G-Wagon! Exposed forged carbon fiber from the CV.7 Air fully forged light-weight wheels up to the rear roof wing with some sober trendy orange-mandarin accents which retrieves at the complete interior housing.
Mansory would probably have to look in their books to say how many second-gen G-Wagens they have tuned over the years, as you can bet that numerous copies are cruising the streets of most major cities.
Their latest encounter with the beastly Mercedes-AMG G 63 was rebaptized the Mansory P850 to reflect its new muscly nature and the added horsepower figure. And it is just as flashy on the outside as in the cabin.
Additional lights were a must for this tuned 4×4, and it has four of them in the tweaked bumper that features numerous add-ons. Two more were added above the windshield part of the new attachment, and it has a fresh hood and ultra-fat fender flares.
At the rear, it sets itself apart from its stock counterparts by featuring a roof-mounted wing, a new spare wheel holder, a tuned bumper, and additional parts. The wheels are equally brash, and they are from the tuner’s CV.7 series. With a satin black look and the usual forged carbon trim, this G 63 also has new logos at the front and rear that replaced the OEM ones.
There is nothing OEM when it comes to the upholstery, as the entire cabin wears orange. It also features some white accents here and there, as well as gold and carbon fiber trim. Mansory’s emblem decorates the steering wheel and was applied to other elements, like the seatbelts and likely the seats that are only partially visible in the images shared on social media.
As for the P850 name, it is a reference to the metric horsepower, as this Mercedes-AMG G 63 has 850 ps (838 hp/625 kW). The torque is 1,000 Nm (738 lb-ft), according to Mansory, and the extra oomph has made it faster than the Ferrari Enzo to 100 kph (62 mph). The sprint from naught takes three and a half seconds, and it has a top speed capped at 250 kph (155 mph).
Without any aftermarket trickery, the G 63 is one second slower to 100 kph than Mansory’s P850. It tops out at 220 kph (137 kph) and uses a 4.0-liter bi-turbo V8 that produces 585 ps (577 hp/430 kW) and 850 Nm (627 lb-ft) of torque. The tuner says the average fuel consumption of this vehicle is 13.6 l/100 km (17.3 mpg US), and it emits 312 g/km of CO2.
This is where the details stop, and we can already tell you that if it was for sale, then the Mansory P850 would have cost a small fortune. But it probably isn’t. Otherwise, the tuner would have said something about it. We will remind you that the G 63 starts at $179,000 in the United States and the regular Benz G 550 at $139,900.