G-Wagon goes SUV to racecar in this clinically insane build
The SEMA tuning show may have ended, but we have countless interesting projects to share with you still. And while some will wait, this white Mercedes G63 AMG (W463A) that California-based tuner Sadistic Iron Werks turned into a track tool appears to scream, ‘Look at me!’
The build features a stainless-steel wide body kit that encompasses grotesquely large fenders and cascaded side skirts. The front and the rear stay stock, though, which does not go very well with the redesigned sides, in our opinion. Then again, the tuner seems to specialize exclusively in suspensions and wheels, so this is hardly a major fault. And hey, metallic kits are our favorite!
the real atrocity comes in the form of the height-adjustable Accuair Suspensions kit, which slams the SUV into the ground as far as it will go. A set of extreme Rotiform HVN 20”x13” wheels complement the lowering. With their slight negative camber, the ultra-wide rims look over-the-top even in the ginormous flares made specifically for them. Wow, just… wow.
We have to admit, we have mixed feelings about this build, but ‘impressed’ is perhaps a valid term in any case. And what do you think?
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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