From zero to “hundreds” modified G500 4×42 accelerates to 6.9 seconds.
Carlex Design Atelier specializing in the completion of interiors, presented a tuned Mercedes-Benz G500 4×42, which was already modified in the Brabus.
In Carlex Design noted that the main task was to bring the interior of the SUV in line with the bright exterior. Therefore, in the cabin, a host of bright yellow inserts on the seats, door panels, front panel and steering wheel.
In addition, virtually all in the cabin is trimmed in Alcantara or leather mixed with carbon fiber elements.
Externally, the “Gaelic” retained elements from Brabus. It’s a different hood, additional led lights and new carbon parts. However, four-liter V8 with two turbines here develops 500 horsepower and 710 Nm (vs 421 power and 610 Nm of the stock version).
From zero to “hundreds” modified G500 4×42 accelerates to 6.9 seconds (half a second faster than the standard car) and gaining 210 kilometers per hour maximum speed.
© 2017, z-news.link. All rights reserved.