The mean and green off-roading machine.
Even though it’s formed just about sort of a brick, the Moscow-based tuners at TopCar have determined to convey the newest Mercedes G-Class what they talk to the as aerodynamic body kit. Prior to its premiere next month at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, the “Inferno” package for the immortal G is creating the internet rounds to display the various upgrades over the standard version. In total, there are more than 70 new elements – all are made from carbon fiber and Kevlar.
Finished in a very semi-matte green shade specially created for the show car, TopCar’s combat the enduring Mercedes off-roader is an ode to carbon fiber as it has been generously used in several areas of the body to make the off-road machine appear more stunning than even the mighty G63. Even the rear-mounted spare wheel cover is clad in carbon fiber, as are the diffuser and the roof spoiler.
TopCar mentions that due to the high complexity of the package, it needs about two weeks to complete a single kit tailored to the legendary SUV. Customers can also spend extra and get that beefy hood with visible carbon fiber vents, but that’ll cost you €7,500 (about $8,450 at current exchange rates) on top of the €39,650 ($44,673) for the rest of the kit.
The body’s meaner appearance can be complemented by a shiny set of 22- or even 23-inch alloy wheels, while on the inside you can have genuine crocodile leather and gold. The Geneva-bound Inferno will have a special leather upholstery mimicking the carbon weave to further highlight the lofty use of carbon fiber.
Several power packages have been created by TopCar in collaboration with GoshaTurboTech, and the hottest of the bunch unlocks a whopping 1,050 Newton-meters (775 pound-feet) of torque.
The Mercedes G-Class Inferno by TopCar will be on stage at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show starting on March 5.