We’re willing to bet that, when the G-Class first rolled off the production line, nobody thought it would eventually become a cult classic and, in some cases, a fully-fledged performance automobile.
DMC, on the other hand, like many other tuners before it, realized that the vehicle’s boxy design and AMG-sourced engine could make it a base for a mental creation, and thus the Zeus was born.
Brought to Geneva to entice the crowds, the full-carbon fiber tuning project, governed by the huge wheel arches, widens the G63 AMG by 4 cm at the rear and 3.5 cm at the front, transforming it into an outrageous proposition.
The package is comprehensive, to say the least, and it also includes the revised front fascia, the rear bumper and the added rear diffuser, and a lot of other bits and pieces (raging from the hood and roof cover, all the way to the spare wheel cover). The parts are available in clear carbon-fiber (like the model pictured) or painted, although we would prefer the clear coated option for the added sinister vibe. Who would want to see this thing in their rear-view mirror?
Completing the intimidating look are the massive, blackened, concave 24-inch rims, wrapped in 305/35ZR24 Pirelli P-Zero Scorpion tires. But knowing that the tuner managed to extract 880 PS (867 hp) from the 5,461 cc (333 cu in) V8 twin turbo engine, the G-Wagon needs ultra-wide rims to put all the power down.