If you’ve ever fancied owning a Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG, this could be your chance.
Although, this isn’t your average G63 AMG.
In fact, it’s far from average – this is a 2014 Mercedes-Benz (W463) G63 AMG 6×6 Mansory Gronos.
As the name would suggest, it’s been treated to some serious modifications courtesy of the German tuner.
To be more precise, the luxury car modifier has worked this one to ‘Gronos’ specification.
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The Mansory Gronos specification features a redesigned front bumper with integrated LED driving lights, and a redesigned rear bumper.
Then there’s a revised bonnet with a low carbon-fiber air intake.
Add to that a roof panel with four position lights.
Oh, and illuminated sills, and a rear load-bay-mounted spare wheel.
It’s finished in ‘Magnetite Black’, with lashings of carbon-fiber exterior trim.
On the inside the cabin features an exclusive bright blue leather upholstery.
This includes double diamond-quilted inserts on the seats and doors cards, and bespoke blue double-diamond leather floor mats.
There’s swathes of wide-weave gloss carbon-fiber trim inlays, too.
G63 Mansory power
Under the bonnet sits a phenomenal twin-turbocharged 5.5-liter V8.
That lump produces a whopping 829bhp, driving all six wheels via a seven-speed AMG Speedshift Plus automatic transmission with paddle shift.
It rides on a set of 18-inch Mansory alloy wheels finished in matte black, wrapped in Pro Comp Xtreme MT2 tyres.
All of the above is in addition to the factory specification, which is outrageous enough as it is.
It’s worth mentioning that this left-hand drive, German-market example has only covered 23,341 miles from new, too.
Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6 Mansory Gronos price
If you’re interested in owning this Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6 Mansory Gronos, you better have deep pockets.
It’s currently under auction on the Collecting Cars website, with the current bid (at the time of writing) at around $92,000.
We’re pretty sure this absolute unit of an SUV will sell for a lot more than that, though.