Tuning studio Mansory has recently focused on the refinement of Mercedes-Benz cars. This time, the focus of the company’s attention was not just Mercedes-Benz, but a representative of the flagship brand Maybach, which is already distinguished by a richer and more luxurious configuration from the factory. But this was not enough for Mansory, and the studio took up the modernization of the Mercedes-Maybach GLS crossover, which is already considered one of the most expensive and comfortable cars in the world in stock form.
A new carbon fiber body kit has been developed for the Maybach GLS 600, which includes a new front bumper with a spectacular splitter, expanded wheel arch linings, unique rear-view mirrors, and a modified rear bumper with a diffuser and four exhaust pipes, as well as a new roof spoiler.
In addition, new LED daytime running lights have appeared, and it is also possible to install a protective arc of the front bumper and either cover the radiator grille with dark chrome or replace it with a carbon fiber part.
Regular wheels are offered to be replaced with 24-inch forged wheels. More modest improvements are proposed for the salon. You can “just” alter the interior with new 3D-embossed leather and replace the standard decorative panels with carbon fiber elements.
As for the technical side of the project, the engine was not ignored in Mansory. After tuning, the crossover is able to accelerate from a standstill to 100 kilometers per hour in 4.4 seconds, and the maximum speed is electronically limited to 300 kilometers per hour.