The Mercedes-Benz G500 is already an extraordinarily unique model, yet that hasn’t stopped tuning specialists Mansory from tinkering with the vehicle for the Geneva Motor Show 2013 with their Mansory Speranza.
The Mansory Speranza features a host of updates beginning from the exterior. These include new carbon fiber wings which broaden the car’s overall stance by an impressive 20 millimeters and are matched by a redesigned front bumper with integrated LED daytime running lights and a complete carbon fiber hood.
Making the Mansory Speranza even more unique are the set of unique Mansory headlights which include hidden indicators. As a result of the wider stance, the Speranza can now fit larger wheels with Mansory opting for the ten twin spoke wheels measuring 24 inches all around, mated onto 305/35 Vredestien Ultrac Vorti rubber.
In line with these exterior modifications are a selection of interior ones most namely the addition of Mansory’s premium leather which covers the cockpit as well as the new sports oriented steering wheel with the refined aluminium pedals topping off the changes.
Under the hood, the Mansory Speranza features an incredibly upgraded engine which now deliveries 700hp and an electronically limited torque output of 900Nm. This power increase has been achieved by the V8 engine being completely reworked and featuring new engine pistons, connecting rods, rod bearings, crankshaft, crank, a new cylinder head as well as a selection of other new or revised engine components.