The Mercedes-AMG G63 that blends in with the desert is the Mansory P900.

The king of luxury SUVs receives an aggressive new preparation with a Sand Desert Gloss color and a complete carbon fiber kit.

The Mercedes-AMG G 63 is one of the most popular models when it comes to preparations, and it is not surprising that it is an icon among SUV 4×4 models and also as a Mercedes . Now Mansory isn’t showing a new take on this classic 4×4 that looks like it’s made for venturing into the desert—as long as you’re not afraid to mess up and damage its bountiful list of carbon-fiber parts.

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Its name is P900, and it certainly stands out for its striking body paint in a sand color called Sand Desert Gloss, a finish that contrasts with the ambitious forged carbon fiber body kit, which includes a new hood, spoiler and Front bumper air inlets, side skirts, auxiliary light module on the windshield, mirror housings, air outlets and even the spare tire cover. There are also new 24-inch monoblock-style semi-flannel wheels.

The interior also opts for the same sand-coloured tone, although with a more orange tone that covers practically the entire interior with luxurious leather upholstery with contrasting black and white details.

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Up to 900 CV of power

But we not only find an aesthetic improvement in this Mansory. The name P900 is nothing more than a reference to the power that this G-Class hides under the hood. 900 horsepower and 1,200 Nm of maximum torque , with which it is now capable of doing a 0 to 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds and a maximum speed of 250 km/h, a considerable improvement over the original performance of the iconic G-Class in its AMG version.

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