Mercedes-Benz G-Class by Prior Design

Tuning

New styling package confines the G-Wagen to the road, but looks damn fine doing it.

The Mercedes-Benz G-Class is more about substance than style, but that hasn't stopped the image-conscious tuners over at Prior Design from upgrading its street presence. Constructed from Dura-Flex Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP), the aero kit is made up of a front bumper with fog lamps, rear bumper with diffuser, a ventilated hood and widened wheel arch extensions filled with 23-inch alloys. A carbon-fiber interior package is also on offer.

The kit is priced at 12,900 Euros for the widened version and 6,900 Euros for the standard-body kit. The wheels come in at 7,900 Euros including performance tires, while the spare wheel cover will cost interested parties 1,199 Euros. Just don't be too surprised that the G-Wagen might not be quite as off-road ready when all the modifications are done.

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