Hamann Mercedes Benz G55 AMG Typhoon



German car tuning specialists Hamann have revealed their latest project naming it the Typhoon, based off the Mercedes Benz G55 AMG. Hamann went with a biturbo setup to increase the performance numbers to 600 hp and 782 Nm of torque. It comes equipped with the Brabus G V12 S Biturbo kit that includes new electronics, larger belt pulley, and a re-engineered transmission with oil cooler. Increases in the sprint numbers are a 0-100 km/h time of 5.1 seconds and the Mercedes Benz G55 AMG Typhoon can reach a top speed of 261 km/h (162 mph). Besides the performance increases, Hamann also customized the interior and exterior with many accessories to give it a unique look.

Hamann added carbon fiber mirrors, door handles, vents in the fenders, and a larger front grille. A new front spoiler with LED daytime running lights are also an option along with a rear bumper and diffuser. Other parts installed on the exterior, a six pipe exhaust system, 24 inch rims, and a roof mounted spoiler. Inside is a custom Hamann steering wheel, carbon fiber trim set that is 24 pieces all together, aluminum pedals, stainless steel door plates, and velor upholstery.




[Source: worldcarfans]

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2 Responses to “Hamann Mercedes Benz G55 AMG Typhoon”

  1. Carz says:

    It looks good. It resembles Hummer a bit except for the nice looking interior. Typhoon is an amazing car and with biturbo setup that increases performance to 600hp and 780Nm, definitely an amazing car!

  2. Two Indian cars- the Tata Sumo and the Mahindra Bolero have used the G’s design cues extensively. If you google these names, you’ll understand.

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