Mercedes-AMG G63 Racing Green Edition Is Pure Class

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From the inside out, Carlex Design has outdone itself!

These days you'll be able to find aftermarket parts for most cars on the road; from the humble Kia Soul, all the way to exotic machines such as the McLaren 720S Spider, there will be some company somewhere that will build parts for it. But one car that is universally loved by tuners is the Mercedes-AMG G63, and this latest creation is no different. This bulky beast started out life as a utilitarian workhorse but has evolved into a luxurious hotel room on wheels. Enter Carlex Design, a body modification shop based in Poland which is famous for completely transforming cars into pieces of rolling art. The company has recently revealed its latest creation, a Mercedes-AMG G 63, which has been taken to the next level of design, both on the outside and inside. Meet the G63 Racing Green Edition.

Carlex Design
Carlex Design
Carlex Design
Carlex Design

With a name like Racing Green Edition, the big off-roader is available in only one color - you guessed it, a deep emerald green, inspired by the classic British Racing Green color scheme. The exterior of the Racing Green Edition also features a carbon fiber roof and spare wheel cover, as well as a set of eye-catching 22-inch wheels featuring subtle gold flakes. The body has been treated to a number of tasteful decals, emblems, and golden brown brake calipers. The exterior is certainly a work of art, but the interior is where Carlex Design shows off its real talents.

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Carlex Design calls the interior of its G-Class an "atmospheric and intimate space", and the main feature here has to be the sumptuous Dark Bottle Green leather trimmings that are matched up with milk chocolate brown perforated leather upholstery and a unique stitching pattern and embossed motifs. The rest of the cabin shows off carbon fiber and Alcantara inserts on the steering wheel and dashboard.

The engine remains unchanged, meaning a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 produces 577 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque, sending the SUV from 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds. As for the cost, the conversion costs $95,000 euros ($112,000 US), we presume excluding the price of the base G63, which in the US is $156,450.

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Carlex Design
Carlex Design
Carlex Design

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