German tuning specialists from DMC have released first pictures and details about their G-Class EXTREM project

German tuning specialists from DMC have released first pictures and details about their G-Class EXTREM project.

The car is based on the Mercedes-Benz G500 and features a vented front hood, which is “the car’s prime styling component” and is manufactured from “pure dry carbon”. At the back we find a roof spoiler with an aero wing on it.

If the client's car is a non-wide body G500, the tuners also offer a set of wider wing fenders and bumpers. Completing the aggressive look is a set of 23- to 25-inch forged alloy wheels, available in two designs and equipped with Pirelli P-Zero tires. 

DMC has also tuned the G-Class' engine, which now has 700 PS (515 kW). This significant power increase comes thanks to new pistons, connecting rods, bearings, a crankshaft and a new sports exhaust system.

DMC says it will fully reveal the G-Class EXTREM soon with full details coming.

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DMC previews 700 PS G-Class EXTREM