The new generation Mercedes-AMG G63 has already welcomed its first tuning job, just a couple of weeks after its introduction.
Made by Lumma Design, the aftermarket parts include a widebody kit with large wheel arches that increase the AMG G-Class’ width by 40mm (1.57in) on each side.
New bumpers, side skirts, and DRLs are part of the offering, along with the full carbon fiber bonnet with vents designed to improve engine cooling. The lightweight material was used on the mirror caps, door handles, and side mouldings as well.
The tuner fitted the range-topping German 4×4 with a new sports exhaust system with flap control and square exhaust outlets, and the dual-tone exterior is complemented by 23- or 24-inch alloy wheels, with central locking optics.
Send the new Mercedes-AMG G63 to Lumma and they will re-trim the interior as well. In this case, the official renderings reveal a dual-tone look of the cabin that mimics the exterior, aluminum pedal set, and special carpet mats with leather edging, but other personalization items are available.
In addition to the aforementioned exhaust, the only mechanical upgrade is an optional suspension lowering kit.
The 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine remains stock – 585PS (577hp) and 850Nm (627lb-ft) of torque, but the tuner says that performance upgrades “are in the pipeline and will be announced shortly”.