This Mercedes G-wagon On Steroids Has A Rolls-Royce Ghost Headlights And Front Grille….
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This fierce looking Sports Utility Vehicle is what you get when you swap the front grille of the Mercedes-benz G-class with that of Rolls-Royces’ best selling model, the Ghost.
And there’s more to this SUV from the People’s Republic of China. The front of the G-Class also boasts the Rolls-Royce Ghosts rectangular headlights as well as the iconic Rolls-Royce bonnet ornaments, the Spirit of Ecstasy.
At ₦47.1 million ($130,532), excluding destination and clearing cost, the all-new boxy-shaped Mercedes Benz G-wagon is one of the best SUVs money can buy.
The Rolls-Royce Ghost, whose body kits is used to design the G-Class, is one of the several luxury cars on the Nigerian roads.
Coscharis Motors Limited recently introduced a more athletic and more potent version of the Rolls- Royce Ghost, named the Black badge Ghost, into the Nigerian market.
This isn’t the first time that car tuners will be going an extra mile to make amazing creations.
Remember the Japanese aftermarket body kit maker, Liberty Walk, that tuned the newly unveiled 2019 Suzuki Jimny SUV to look like the Mercedes-Benz G-Class off-roaders?
The Suzuki Jimny gained global popularity due to its resemblance (after tweaking) to iconic German machine that is ten times its price. The mini-SUV has also faced the more expensive boxy luxury SUV on an off-road race with the former losing.