The next level in our Mercedes G-Wagon shelf: We present the 100 mm lift kit (Body-Lift-Kit) for the new G-Class model (463A). Combined with our 50mm suspension with Eibach springs and 37-inch tires, the G-Class comes eye to eye with the G4x4². Available for G63, G500, G400, and G350!
No one knows for sure how many tuned copies of the second-gen Mercedes G-Wagen roam freely, as it feels like there is one lurking around each corner. But while most conversions are all about making it look sportier and a bit more muscular, Delta4x4’s proposal is radically different.
Well, between us, it is not that radical; we are just a bit too excited about seeing an off-road-ready G-Wagen. And it is not about the enhanced looks and the off-road-ready stance either, as this package turns the regular G-Class into an unofficial 4×4².
Looking ready to take a swing at the jacked-up Nissan Patrol, Toyota Land Cruiser, Land Rover Defender, and other 4x4s modified for attacking arduous courses, it features a tweaked front bumper with integrated lights. Further up, the main clusters sit behind the new protective elements, and there is a fresh bulging hood on deck, too.
Contributing to its menacing stance and making it look more like the Mercedes-AMG G 63 4×4² is the roof rack that features additional lights right above the front windshield and also improves the premium truck’s hauling capability. The extra widened fenders tie it to the real 4×4², and courtesy of the generous ground clearance, it “comes eye to eye with the G 4×4²,” according to Delta4x4’s social media post shared below.
Joining the 100 mm (3.9 in) lift kit are the Eibach springs that give it an additional 50 mm (2 in) between its belly and the road. The massive 37-inch tires that were wrapped around the new wheels improve the traction on slippery and/or sticky surfaces. Combined with the jacked-up stance, this G-Wagen 4×4²-wannabe can tackle more serious obstacles than its stock self in the wilderness. Contrasted by several blacked-out elements, the matte orange paint finish completes the makeover.
This bundle of upgrades is available for the entire second-generation Mercedes G-Wagen lineup. It can be fitted to the normal G 500/G 550, the diesel-powered G 350 d/G 400 d, or the most agile of them all, the AMG G 63, which features a 577-horsepower (585 ps/430 kW) and 627 pound-feet (850 Nm) of torque 4.0-liter bi-turbo V8 under the hood. The AMG G 63 needs 4.5 seconds to 62 mph (100 kph) and has a top speed of 137 mph (220 kph).
You are probably wondering how much it costs to turn your regular G-Wagen into a veritable 4×4², and for good reasons, as this is a great way to boost its off-roading credentials. Fortunately, Delta4x4 has dedicated a paragraph to the Benjamins on its official website, and as you can imagine, the bundle costs a small fortune. At nearly €40,000 (equaling almost $43,000), you could get a real crossover/SUV, or you could for the tuner’s upgrades that’ll make your normal G-Class/G 63 look like a real 4×4 Squared. Is the price worth it?