27 August 2009
Mercedes-Benz G-Class (1990 - 2018)

Mercedes-Benz G-Class

Hamann tunes the Mercedes-Benz AMG G55

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27 August 2009 | On the occasion of the 30th birthday of the Mercedes-Benz G model, Hamann-Motorsport honours the legendary all-terrain vehicle with an extensive tuning programme. Stainless steel exhaust systems with a sporty and earthy sound, powerful performance enhancements, lifting-force reducing aerodynamics components and striking light alloy rims from 20 to 24 inches. The accessory assortment includes perfectly lined interior equipments in combination with colour-coordinated floor mats and non-slip aluminium pedals.

Two integrated LED daytime running lights are integrated in the front spoiler and render a sporty and dynamic look and increase the passive safety at the same time. At the same time the lifting forces of the 5-door car are reduced in connection with the roof spoiler. Powerful fender extensions broaden the G-model by 40 millimetres at the front axle and 60 millimetres at the back axle.

Mercedes-Benz G-Class (1990 - 2018)

The newly designed rear skirt with the integrated diffuser changes the attractive overall appearance of the car body. If desired, air inlets for the bonnet and a 13-part exterior set made of carbon fibre (radiator grill, headlight protective grid, mirror cases, door handles, air inlets in the side wings, bonnet air blind) set further visual highlights

In addition the Hamann engine department developed two powerful performance enhancements for the 5.4 litre motor. The customer can select an engine operating map with 35 hp / 25 kW additional output while the maximum torque increases to 100 Newton metres. The maximum power enhancement results after adding the performance kit HM 600 with 600 hp / 441 kW (standard value: 507 hp / 373 kW) and torque of 782 Nm at 3,000 - 5,200 r.p.m. The extensive engine modification includes an amended motor electronic with annulations, a belt pulley kit, metal catalysts, 6-pipe sport end silencers, gear oil cooling system and an optimised gear control.

Mercedes-Benz G-Class (1990 - 2018)

The modifications lead to an acceleration from zero to 100 km/h in 5.1 seconds and the 4-wheel car achieves a maximum speed of 261 km/h (standard value: 210 km/h).

One of the technical highlights and maximum dimension in the available rim programme is the three-part Hamann aluminium wheel called Design Edition Race 'Anodized' 24'. Characteristic for the style of the ultra-light forged wheel is the black rim star and the titanium bolting. Hamann offers the 24-inch wheel in the dimension 10,5J with tyres measuring 315/35 R 24.

Mercedes-Benz G-Class (1990 - 2018)

In addition to the existing serially offered interior equipment, Hamann presents accessories made of aluminium. The pedals and foot rests render motor sports atmosphere and go with the 24-part interior set made of carbon fibre. Door sill ledges made of brushed stainless steel with blue lights are adorned with the Hamann logo as well as the embroidered Hamann floor mat set. The re-designed airbag steering wheel is available in 4-spoke design.

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