German tuners presented a modified GelandewagenApril 2, 2021
The latest G-Class from HOFELE-Design takes the iconic Mercedes-AMG G63 to a new level of individual refinement.
German tuning studio HOFELE, which specializes in customizing Mercedes-Benz passenger cars, has just showcased its latest creation based on the iconic Mercedes-AMG 63. The HOFELE exterior with wide wheel arches features a one-of-a-kind Moonbeam Silver matt finish with prominent matt elements Carbon.
The unique front bumper design and HOFELE’s signature front grille, which comes standard in bright chrome, are finished here in liquid black chrome. HOFELE 24 ” cross-spoke forged light alloy wheels complete the overall design.
As always with HOFELE, the interior of the model has become something special. This car is the first from HOFELE to feature the new ‘Style Two’ individual rear seats, flanked by a center console with integrated control panel, storage space and wireless charging functions. The seats have been moved slightly rearward, which provides an additional 10 centimeters of legroom for the rear passengers over the standard G-Wagon. The individual rear VIP seats are electrically adjustable with memory, heating, ventilation and fully reclining backrests.
An additional HOFELE feature installed in this latest HG 63 from HOFELE is the “valve controlled” exhaust system, which at the touch of a button allows you to even more enjoy the fantastic sound of the AMG 4.0 bi-Turbo V8.
The interior of the Bespoke G63 by HOFELE is finished in exclusive Bengal Red Nappa leather and Alcantara. Every surface has been redesigned, including Alcantara headliners at the top and lamb wool rugs at the bottom.
HOFELE-Design is the official partner of Mercedes-Benz AG for tuning Mercedes-Benz passenger cars. Base vehicles can be supplied by Mercedes-Benz AG directly to HOFELE. The cost of this copy is about 300 thousand euros, but the atelier claims that everything depends on the preferences of the customers.
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