The Mansory Gronos 6×6 is a raised six-wheeler pickup modification based on the second-generation G-Wagon. It has impressive off-road capabilities and power.

The Gronos 6×6 is an expanded version of last year’s Gronos 4×4 model, with an extra set of wheels and a pickup bed. Mansory has extended the frame, which is now 1,375 mm (54.1 inches) longer. Mansory has given this off-roader its most eye-catching bodykit, with carbon fiber extensions on the broad fenders, new bumpers, a redesigned grille, a muscular hood, and a roof rack.

This Mercedes-AMG G 63 6×6 is equipped with 10×22-inch wheels wrapped in 325/55-22 rubber. Mansory suggests the larger off-road tires that come with the 9×20-inch alloy wheels. The Gronos 6×6 is 250 mm (9.8 inches) taller and wider, and 1,375 mm (54.1 inches) longer than stock.

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The inside is totally modifiable to each owner’s desires. The shown specimen is covered in mint leather with white piping and adorned with several Mansory insignias. Highlights include aluminum pedals, a new sports steering wheel, quilted leather floor mats, a starlight headliner with over 3,000 LEDs, and individualized carbon fiber pieces.

AMG’s twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 from the donor G63 now produces 900 PS and 1,200 Nm of torque. That is 315 PS and 350 Nm of torque more than the stock Mercedes-AMG G 63. This increase was made possible with a new intercooler, a new turbocharger with greater boost pressure, a sports air filter and exhaust system, a pair of high-pressure fuel pumps, and transmission modifications.

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The inside, like other Mansory conversions, may be customized with colors, stitching, leather, and carbon design options. The Mansory Gronos 6×6 is limited to 10 units. Mansory has not revealed the pricing information, but with these modifications, it costs a small fortune.