Mansory opened its first independent showroom in Dubai and considered it appropriate to celebrate the occasion with a Mercedes-AMG G 63 specially designed for the United Arab Emirates.
The Mercedes-AMG G 63 for the rich of U.A.E. is a special edition. Similar to the German off-roader, there are a Lamborghini Urus and a Rolls-Royce Cullinan. These units come to meet the ever-growing demand for extravagant tuning of the customers in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
The three are on display at the new dealership in Dubai. It is an 800-square meter showroom that can hoast up to twenty cars. A wall displays all of Mansory’s 33 wheel designs. There is also a lounge area where customers can relax or choose the customization options for their cars.
The Mercedes-AMG G 63 bears the “Special UAE” logo and it is a limited edition in a duotone configuration. It is either grey or purple with a black gradient towards the rear and a marble-like appearance for the carbon fiber parts. And there is plenty of carbon fiber in there.
You can spot it on the new aero kit that makes the vehicle look more aggressive. It sports fender flares, on the vented hood, in the new bumpers integrating larger intakes. There is a new front splitter, a prominent rear diffuser and large spoilers.
Customers can also tick the Gronos kit option box for the G 63. Those who go for a Lamborghini Urus can choose the Venatus Evo S package, while the future owners of a Rolls-Royce Cullinan can go for the Billionaire kit.
The G 63 gets 24-inch forged wheels and the headrests display the outline of the U.A.E. map. Onboard, there is also a customized… everything. New upholstery, a starlight roofliner and, of course, plenty of carbon fiber again.
The future owners of this special edition can upgrade the output as well. Thus the G 63 can go all the way to 850 horsepower and 1,000 Nm of torque from the standard 585 horsepower and 850 Nm.
When it comes to pricing, you know what they say. If you have to ask, you don’t afford it. But those stepping into the new Mansory dealership will probably never ask. Just order.