This Mercedes-AMG G63 Wagon Has Overdosed On Luxury

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It's a rolling palace.

There's no better status symbol than a blacked-out Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon. Even better is the ridiculously quick Mercedes- AMG G63 that produces a massive 577 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque from its 4.0-liter twin-turbo engine. These SUVs look amazing straight from the factory, but the aftermarket scene will always find a way to improve on things, and when it comes to tuning G63 wagons, it seems like Hofele Design is the way to go. We have previously covered a one-of-a-kind Mercedes-AMG G63 by the same company, but they're back yet again with another G63 that will blow your silk-lined socks off.

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Hofele Design
Hofele Design
Hofele Design

Called the 2021 "Hofele HG 63 Limitless," this Rolex on wheels showcases the company's individual style and is promoted as a one-of-one special. The owner of this car approached Hofele to come up with a unique vehicle that would be unmatched anywhere on the road, and this is the result.

The exterior of this G63 features an Hofele wide-arch exterior styling package with a redesigned front bumper, carbon-fiber trim inserts, and a bespoke hood featuring an arousing 'Power Dome'. The eye-catching exterior paint color comes out of the G Manufaktur stable and is known as Citrine Brown Magno. The exterior look of this G63 is further enhanced by carbon styling bits and pieces. This palace sits on a set of signature Hofele 24-inch cross-spoke forged alloy wheels finished in Grey Shadow Gloss.

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Hofele Design
Hofele Design
Hofele Design
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The inside of this mega machine also gets a good makeover. Hofele has covered the interior of this G63 with "Hofele Mandarin Orange" Nappa leather, and there's tons of Alcantara and carbon-fiber as well. This car is truly a work of art, but it doesn't come cheap: the 'Power Dome' for instance, will set you back $5,071, and a set of full-electric side steps goes for $9,886. The owner, we suspect, spent the best part of $500,000 on his dream machine.

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