A very non-standard Mercedes-Benz G-Class was found in Florida. The iconic SUV was turned into a six-wheeled limousine. The car exists in a single copy. Its details were revealed on the Cars and Birds website.
As you know, Mercedes-Benz G-Class has a six-wheeled version in the back of a pickup truck, but this car has nothing to do with it. The car was created by craftsmen from Orlando with their own hands.
The old Mercedes G550 was taken as a basis in 2017. The SUV was lengthened, and a third axle was added to it. In addition, the Hyundai received a front bumper from Brabus and 20-inch wheels with off-road tires, as well as a hood with an air intake. A trunk appeared on the roof.
Despite the increase in size, the six-wheeled Gelandewagen remained a five-seater, although the second row of seats shifted back to increase legroom. But he now has a huge trunk.
A standard 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 with a capacity of 422 hp is installed under the hood. A 7-speed automatic transmission is paired with it.
Currently, the Gelandewagen limousine is put up for an online auction. Now the highest bid for a car is $80,000.