Mansory is a tuner usual known for their impressive tuning packages for sports car models. But this time they turned their attention to a model a little bit more unusual, for them at least: the Mercedes G-Class. While there are no changes made under the hood, Mansory focused on improving the car’s ride comfort that ha always been a problem.

For that the tuner added a new suspension which is electronically adjustable from the cockpit, with two different characteristic shock absorber curves. After fitting, the shock absorbers can be readjusted from the interior of the car for use on tough terrain or for a comfortable drive on metaled roads. There are extra large gas reservoirs, made from high tensile hard anodized aluminum that ensure that the pressure remains constant even at operating temperatures of over 150 °C.

Next to this improvements the car also gets a new set of light alloy wheels, and on request different interior updates.


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  (473) posted on 02.29.2012

It is great that masonry collaborated with Mercedes to produce this one-of-a-kind vehicle that can maintain the pressure in the gas even if the temperatures exceeded to 150 degrees Celsius. 

  (380) posted on 04.15.2011

hmm. It seems that Mansory made an awesome job for the tuners of MB G-Class. However, I just wonder who is bigger the C- Class or G-Class?

  (291) posted on 04.15.2011

hmm. Quite Cool! BTW, I have found in the Google about G-Class railway? Is this concept related to what I saw?

  (205) posted on 02.7.2011

Just curious thought,what makes characteristic shock absorber curves function. As you say,How makes the car to feel comfortable while driving?

  (458) posted on 02.3.2011

yeah, I agree with you tuning package of the Mansory is one of the best. Correct me if I’m wrong, but its also the MANSORY who design the tuning kit of the Roll Royce. And based from what we all know, Roll Royce is one of the iconic when it comes to auto making.

  (210) posted on 02.3.2011

We couldn’t admit the credibility of Mansory when it comes to tuning package. But I’m still puzzled how does the shock absorber curves works.

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