VATH AUTOMOBILTECHNIK, the German-based aftermarket specialist has released an exclusively neat refinement program for the Mercedes-Benz G55 AMG. Benefiting from new, sleeker and more unique exterior styling, the vigor luxury ride also gets more powerful output figures - 680 horsepower and 840 Nm of maximum torque.

In the power compartment, the G-Class AMG's beasty engine is retrofitted with special intake manifold, complete outlet unit, coolers, as well as patented VATH fuel cooler, which enables the revised ride to top the stunning 265 km/h.

Outside, the Vath G55 stands out with highly modified front-end section, which boasts extremely restyled bonnet and front spoiler with extra big air intakes, LED daylight lamps and Xenon units. On the sides, the newly reshaped edgy G-Wagen renders new, more bulky and bold forms together with new sports exhaust unit, which is visible on both sides. Another fresh highlight on the G-beast is the brand-new "Race Edition" foliation designed especially for the premium SUV.

Fitted with 22-inch lightweight alloys wrapped in 295/35R22 Yokohama ADV ST tyres, the vehicle also packs sports shock absorbers and 35 mm lowering.

In the terms of interior ambience, the stylists at Vaeth offer carbon applications, Alcantara covered sports steering wheel, leather upholstery and high-tech multimedia system.

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