Manhart has made the Mercedes-AMG G63 even more powerful


Manhart has made the Mercedes-AMG G63 even more powerful
Manhart has made the Mercedes-AMG G63 even more powerful

Manhart presented his version of the Mercedes-AMG G63, which he called the G 800 Inferno. The first tuner that comes to mind when it comes to the G-Class is Brabus, however, companies like Mansory have shown over the years that their versions of the legendary SUV are also deserving of attention.

The Mercedes-AMG G63, which Manhart has based his project on, has now been revealed as the G800 Inferno, which Manhart refers to as a more powerful version of the 2019 G 700 Inferno.


The carbon body kit from Top Car Design includes fender flares, more aggressive bumpers, a hood with vents, roof LED lighting, a diffuser, and a sporty rear spoiler.

Manhart didn't forget his trademark, a set of gold decals that contrast the black bodywork. That theme continues in the interior, which is once again upholstered in Alcantara and perforated leather. The wide-body kit from TopCar Design was designed for Manhart in order to give the car a cleaner look.

This is paired with a set of H&R lowering springs which are designed to create a more aggressive stance when combined. Manhart forged alloy wheels as well as the body of the vehicle feature the black and gold signature color scheme.

The interior can be reupholstered at an additional cost with gold or black trim to match the exterior, as well as Alcantara or perforated premium leather. There is an extensive catalog of materials and colors, so if these colors don't suit you, Manhart can provide you with a choice of materials and colors.

The tuner from Wuppertal also worked on AMG's twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine, and new software allowed it to deliver 798 hp and 1,170 Nm of torque. These figures represent a "healthy" increase in power from the factory 577 hp and 849 Nm of torque.

The G-Class also got a new stainless steel exhaust system with valve control and a downpipe without a catalyst. The price of the modifications has not been announced.