Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen royally modded by A.R.T.

Mercedes-Benz G-Class A.R.T.
If you continue to wonder how the oil sheikhs are spending your gas money, here is yet another example. This Mercedes-Benz G-Class was developed specially at the request of the Royal Family of Abu Dhabi. It is based on the G55 AMG, optimized to 620 hp. This AS55K YAAS EDITION, modified by A.R.T., is a one-off model.

The comprehensive package of high-quality carbonized surfaces makes for individual highlights on the outer skin. The hood, aerodynamics components, the door handles, the spare wheel cover, the exterior mirror shells and the engine block have been generously coated in carbon-fiber by hand. This exterior variant with carbon parts was developed and manufactured on the wishes and in accordance with the “suggestions” of the Royal Family of Abu Dhabi.

The six chrome-plated tailpipes of the exhaust system, each sporting an A.R.T. logo, dissipate what remains of the vast power from the engine block laterally under the running boards.

The high-performance brake system operates at the front with perforated brake discs and 8-piston brake calipers. At the rear, perforated brake discs and 4-piston brake calipers provide deceleration to match the power. The entire window surface of the AS55K YAAS EDITION is treated with chrome color window tinting, because Arab royals have excellent eyesight.

A.R.T. upholsterers used the finest velour leather, perforated smooth Nappa leather, and alcantara in cinnamon and anthracite hues. High-quality carpets with leather edging and A.R.T. embroidered logo round off the overall warm and luxurious ambiance for that very special driving experience.

Carbon features also lend magical highlights to the interior of the AS55K YAAS EDITION. All the covers on the instrument panel and doors have been given a high-quality carbon veneer. These features are crowned by the gold-color carbonized multi-function steering wheel.

The AS55K YAAS EDITION by A.R.T. really does make the Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen look like AS55.

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