This Unique Mansory Mercedes-AMG G63 Packs 850 Horsepower and a Cool Paint Job

Mansory always manages to shock us with a new build. And the craziest part with each of their builds is that it’s guaranteed to be wackier and more controversial than the last. Sure, Mansory has created some very cool and desirable cars, but if you look at the big picture, they just cause problems. Insane body kits and flashy colors are standard for Mansory.

Speaking of visual appeal above, Mansory recently introduced an exclusive Mercedes-AMG G63 build called Algorithmic Fade. As its name suggests, it displays a strong fade play of the two-tone exterior. This isn’t the first two-tone fade color theme Custom House has rolled out. In fact, they have already used this concept on a similar basis Mercedes-Benz in the old days.

They love this discoloration so much that a tricked-out Rolls-Royce Cullinan and a wild Lamborghini Urus also received similar treatment from customs. But this turquoise-black G63 is even wilder, in every way. The exterior gets Mansory’s usual over-the-top carbon fiber treatment and huge wheels. The interior hasn’t been spared either, and you might need sunglasses to look at it!

Amidst all this wild visual drama, even we didn’t notice the performance upgrades that Mansory applied to this G63. But there are some serious tweaks under the hood, resulting in supercar-quality power figures. This is a one-off release for a very quirky customer, and we’re betting it’s going to the UAE too, just like Mansory’s previous G63 “meltdown.”

Just when we thought Mansory’s builds couldn’t get any more questionable, here’s the most “event-driven” Mercedes-AMG G63-based algorithmic fade.

Algorithmic Fade Merc-AMG G63 gets intense paint job

It’s one of those visual makeovers you mostly see with vinyl wraps on cars. But Mansory went for the painstaking method of painting the G63 AMG in this cool fade design. “Algorithmic Fade” is also derived from the painting here. The front starts out in an interesting turquoise hue and transitions halfway to black which then takes over the palette.

The fade-out transition occurs with unique geometric figures that begin as black dots and eventually swell into shield shapes. The choice of symbols used for the transition is specific to what the client has requested. Elevating the visual drama even further is a custom set on insane 24-inch one-piece “YN.5” wheels that make those 295-section sport tires look puny.

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This Mansory G-Class gets a wild carbon fiber treatment

Mansory’s super custom body kit is forged entirely from carbon fiber. The beefy bonnet is also made of carbon. Body modifications include things like a new front apron, new indicator bases, mirror housings, air intakes, a wild front splitter, a custom rear apron and a rather exaggerated upper spoiler.

This Mansory-spec Merc also gets a front upper spoiler that houses LED roof lights in a carbon fiber housing. Even the spare tire cover is hewn from forged carbon fiber, and that might be the definition of “carbon fiber obsessed.”

All carbon fiber pieces are left raw or given a clear coat. This provides an interesting tricolor layout as the forged carbon has a particular pattern. The custom hood has a central “V” shaped design in turquoise, overlaid with the unique black pattern as seen in the fade point.

Mansory Algorithmic Fade Interior: Blue all the way

How much turquoise is too much turquoise, you may ask? Well, for Mansory, there’s nothing called “too much turquoise.” The interior of this unique Mercedes-AMG G63 is clearly not everyone’s cup of tea. It took us a while to adapt to the saturation level of these “brilliant” images! Mansory left no stone unturned to create a wild interior that mimics the exterior design. Each part of the cabin was custom made according to the mystery shopper’s requests.

The upholstery has been replaced with a special leather finished in a paint called “Feroza” which is a fancy name for a shade of turquoise. Even the rugs are finished in this Feroza shade. The steering wheel has been replaced with a carbon fiber unit wrapped in the same shade as the rest of the cabin.

Almost all interior trim is finished in carbon, but with a unique blend of turquoise nuggets. Leather-trimmed items are 3D hallmarked with the Mansory logo, as are seat belts and floor mats. The seats receive a unique pattern, for both rows.

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Serious performance upgrade for this Party-Spec G-Class

The cool paint job and dodgy interior may distract all the attention, but it’s worth mentioning that Mansory has done its magic in the performance department as well. The G63 Algorithmic Fade pumps in the face 850 hp and 737 lb-ft of torque from a familiar 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine.

This Mansory-treated Merc now does 0-60mph in 3.5 seconds and has a top speed of 155mph. For reference, in stock form, the Mercedes-AMG G63 produces 577 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque from the same V8 engine. Power is sent to all wheels via a nine-speed gearbox. A stock G63 does 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds and has a top speed of 149 mph.

Mansory didn’t mention the magic that went under the hood. But it’s not too hard to guess, given his previous G63 projects, that this fading creation has mods that include ECU remapping, new downpipes, a high performance exhaust system and a bigger turbo duo.

Sources: Mansory, Mercedes-AMG

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