This is not good.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class has become the stuff of legends, and not in the way the German manufacturer ever thought possible. The G-Class was designed in the late seventies as a hardcore off-road machine, and was used by fire-departments and other rescue services to reach people and places over extreme terrain. Since then, the W463 generation has become softer and faster, with Mercedes-AMG offering versions that are quicker than most traditional sports cars. These days the G-Class is a popular status symbol loved by rap-artists and soccer stars alike, and the aftermarket loves destroying them. We've covered numerous takes on the G-Class, but this one could possibly be the worst. Say hello to the G-Boss by G&B Design.
G&B Design from Recklinghausen, Germany has been in the car modifying scene for more than ten years, but looking at this poor G-Class, you'd swear that the company was stuck in some early 2000s time warp. It's latest offering, the 'G-Boss' kit for the W463 G-Wagon turns an already not-so-humble car into the most horrific Jersey-Shore beach patrol vehicle you'll ever see. This kit adds a two-part front lip, a "futuristic-looking hood and front apron", a matching grille with integrated evil eye headlights, a roof spoiler with 3 LED units, and wider side skirts and wheel arches. At the back, a massive two-piece diffuser will stop traffic. Carbon-fiber can also be spotted on the spare wheel cover and mirror caps. This monstrosity rolls on a set of custom 24-inch wheels.
Not only has G&B design managed to ruin the exterior of this once-great G-Class, but it has tormented the interior with color-matching black and yellow leather, and doused the rest of the cabin in carbon-fiber. To top it all off, the company has gone so far as to emboss the headliner with G-Boss lettering and copy Rolls-Royce's starry night theme. We understand that different people like different styles, but this has nothing to do with that. This is a war crime.