G-Wagen looks dashing in an acid green wrap
On the international tuning scene, the name ‘DarwinPro’ tends to be associated with big and wide body kits, extreme fender flares and daring color choices. A few days ago, the tuner revealed a new styling package for the Mercedes-Benz G-Class (W463), and it matches the above description perfectly.
The most immediate highlight of the build is, or course, the hellish acid-green wrap. It is perhaps also the most controversial one: not all of us fancy driving a neon sign visible from within a few miles. Furthermore, the wrap isn’t glossy like you might imagine, but matte, which is sorta fashionable but at the same time makes the G-Wagen look plastic-y from certain angles.
On the other hand, it does look cool in its own way.
As for the kit, included are brand-new aprons front and rear, LED DRLs and larger air intakes at the front end, a roof-mounted light bar, a rear diffuser and a rear wing. All aero parts are visual carbon fiber and look refreshingly sleek and stylish.
Aside from the kit, DarwinPro suggests upgrading your Mercedes-Benz G-Class (W463) with huge rims and a lowering kit.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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