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Mansory Dresses the Mercedes-AMG G-63 in Faded Shades of Black & Turquoise

Most new builds from Mansory are typically worth mentioning in this space, and its latest example offers a whole lot to write home about. The German modification firm’s spin on the Mercedes-AMG G63 is a head-turner boasting lofty specs to parallel its glossy look.

The one-off example’s bespoke paint job has been dubbed “Algorithmic Fade,” which is composed of a Tiffany-adjacent shade of turquoise (that also hews closely to Mercedes-AMG Petronas’ custom F1 livery color) appropriately named Feroza that slowly but surely transitions into a stark, glossy black finish. The colors don’t stop there, though, as the turquoise tint trickles down to its sumptuous interior, while shiny black accents like a revamped steering wheel and dashboard make an appearance, too.

Other significant elements of its design language include an overhauled hood made of forged carbon, LED light bars on the roof, and flared wheel arches. Aside from cosmetics, the bolstered G-63 is highlighted by a hefty 850hp and 737.5 lb-ft torque. These are beyond substantial upgrades from the base model’s 577hp and 627 lb-ft specs, which were already mightily impressive as it was. In addition to that, its 0-62mph time has been lowered to a mere 3.5 seconds, whereas the stock iteration sits at a 3.9-second clip. While the latter isn’t the most glaring spec, it sure does make a noteworthy difference.

For more information about Mansory’s latest behemoth, take a deeper look at the Algorithmic Fade design on the tuner’s website.

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