Mansouri Gronous, a special and expensive car of Iranian origin, was first introduced in 2013 as a custom version of the former generation Mercedes-Benz G-Class. But now, this is you and this is the Gronus 2021, which is based on the new generation G-Class and has fundamental differences from the AMG G63.
While the previous-generation Gronus is powered by a 4.0-liter turbocharged V8 engine producing 577 horsepower and 850 Nm of torque, the new generation with boosted turbos, advanced exhaust system and ramped ECU is capable of producing 838 Horsepower and nearly 1,000 Nm of torque.
It takes just 3.5 seconds to get from a standstill to 100 km / h. Mansouri claims that its acceleration from zero to one hundred has improved by 1.0 seconds compared to the previous generation. While the maximum speed has been increased from 220 (standard mode) and 240 km / h (in AMG models) to 250 km / h.
The appearance of this tuned G63, according to its technical power, is rough and attractive. Mansouri has redesigned all the exterior decorations. The wide body kit of this car is completed with prominent fenders and bulky doors. The hood, bumpers, roof parts, rear spare parts and many other exterior parts are made of carbon fiber. Extra LED headlights, 24.0-inch wheels with 295/30 tires, sport exhaust heads and a custom British Racing green are some of the most important features of this attractive long chassis.
The cabin is re-upholstered in high-quality brown leather. The Mansouri logo can also be seen on the floor, ceiling and in the cabin, which is sewn on. The production of Gronus 2021 is limited to only 10 units and has been available to interested parties for a long time.
For example, one of these devices can be found on car sales sites, which is priced at € 560,160 (equivalent to $ 665,000) including taxes. This means that buying a G63 with Tune Mansouri will cost approximately € 400,000 (equivalent to $ 475,000) more than the regular G63 in Germany. The standard G63 can be purchased in Germany and the United States for $ 190,844 and $ 156,450, respectively.