Mansory’s latest g-class conversion is a limited-edition 850-horsepower offroader dubbed the Gronos 4×4.
The Mansory Gronos 4×4 is based on the high-performance Mercedes-AMG G63 4×4².
Limited to 10 units, the Mansory Gronos 4×4 follows the success of the two-door “Gronos Coupé EVO C”.
Gronos 4×4 is also available – like all its G-Class complete conversions – in armored version on special request.
German luxury car modification firm, Mansory, has expanded its Gronos product lineup with the reveal of a limited-edition Mansory Gronos 4×4 that is based on the high-performance Mercedes-AMG G63 4×4².
Limited to 10 units, the Mansory Gronos 4×4 follows the success of the two-door “Gronos Coupé EVO C” in the spring of this year. Every example is perfectly tailored to the personal taste of each customers who place the highest value on maximum off-road capability of their G-Class.
As with all Mansory models, the exterior of the Gronos 4×4 now spots new components made from full carbon, including the lower fascia, grille, turn signal bases and an ultra-light hood that features a number of vents.
Other striking highlights on the exterior includes the door handle inlays with “Mansory” lettering and four LED auxiliary headlights mounted on the roof, the latter to visually distinguish it from the other G-Class conversion programs from Mansory.
Inside, it adopts a four-seat configuration with an two rear seats and an individualized rear center console. The first-class cabin comes with a roof start/stop button, leather quilting while Mansory logos adorn the seatbelts, seats, floormats, steering wheel.
The Mansory Gronos 4×4 comes with an engine with an output of 850 horsepower and a torque of 1,000 Nm, which allows a limited top-speed of 210 km/h and an acceleration of 4.5 s from 0 to 100 km/h.
Pricing for the limited-edition model wasn’t announced, but the German luxury car tuner notes that the “Mansory Gronos 4×4” is also available – like all its G-Class complete conversions – in an armored version on special request.