Tuned G-Class Looks Like It Lost A Fight With A Carbon Fiber Factory

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This should be illegal.

The Mercedes-Benz G-Class started out life as one of the toughest off-road vehicles mankind had ever seen, but over the years it fell in with the wrong crowd, and ended up becoming a style icon for mumble rappers, porn stars, and Russian oil barons. Mercedes-Benz sees no problem with this, as the G-Class is selling better than ever, and the aftermarket tuning scene is laughing all the way to the bank, as customers continue to ask for obscene versions of the car. One tuner who loves working on Mercedes-Benz products is UK-based Project Kahn. This company has blessed us with tricked out Land Rover Range Rovers, and even a murdered Smart ForTwo, but its latest creation might just be a step too far.

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Kahn Automobiles
Kahn Automobiles
Kahn Automobiles

Principal British designer, Afzal Kahn and his team have now come up with the "Mercedes G Class Carbon Wide Track Edition" and it looks exactly like what Justin Bieber would drive if he was an even bigger ass. The exterior has been absolutely mauled, and now features a Power Rangers looking front bumper, a massively vented carbon hood, and side sills as wide as the Grand Canyon.

The wheel arches have also been fed pure steroids, and now hide a set of 23-inch Type 57 Monoblock forged wheels wrapped in Continental Sport Contact 6 tires. "The Mercedes G Class Carbon Wide Track edition is adorned with a plethora of styling enhancements that only Project Kahn can provide for our discerning clients," said Afzal Kahn. Sure buddy.

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Kahn Automobiles
Kahn Automobiles
Kahn Automobiles
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The interior of this monstrosity is offered with a specially designed "Bengal Red interior package", although discerning clients can have pretty much whatever they want. After all the damage Project Kahn has done to this poor unsuspecting G-Class, it still wants £224,999 ($307,374) for the privilege of owning it.

We'll remind you that you can currently buy an unmolested G-Wagen, brand new at your local Mercedes-Benz dealership. They'll sell you a better looking one for less than half that price. If you still want to tart it up, that's your choice.

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