Only the color-blind need apply for this build.
The undisputed king of horrendous car modification has to be Mansory. From the tuning house's butchered Le Mansory Ford GT to just about any other piece of automotive exotica turned sour, Mansory has messed with them all. But the Mercedes-AMG G63 built to commemorate the opening of a new showroom in Dubai could be one of the worst offenders yet. A passing glance might not burn your eyes too badly, but upon opening the doors, or paying attention to the forged carbon details of the SUV, things get a little worse. Of course, it makes sense to launch such an outrageous car in Dubai, the capital of excess, but those who were in attendance of the first-ever independently-run Mansory showroom won't soon forget the Mansory Mercedes-AMG G63 P900.
As one of three models built, the exterior isn't the worst aspect of this build. The gradient purple to black paintwork could even be considered tasteful. However, the smattering of forged carbon fiber is something else entirely. A custom bulging hood with enough vents to hide John McClane is made of the stuff, as are the roof rails, spoiler, grille inserts, front bumper trim brake ducts, and even the surrounds of the side-exit exhausts and door handles. The large wheels are finished in simple black, while the regular Mercedes badges are replaced by a custom badge showcasing the border of the UAE.
Open the doors and things get putrid. As if sponsored by the LA Lakers, purple and yellow dominate proceedings. The right-hand-side seats are purple with yellow detailing while the right-hand-side seats are yellow with purple detailing. Almost everything else is finished in quilted yellow leather, while forged carbon with yellow flecks is used on the steering wheel and all other solid trim pieces.
As for power, Mansory takes the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 and dials up the wick to 887 horsepower and 885 lb-ft of torque. Mansory doesn't give us any claimed performance figures, but it's safe to assume that this is no longer the off-roader it was when originally built, and it's definitely built with the tastes of a Russian oligarch or middle eastern oil tycoon in mind.