German tuner DMC is now the proud maker of the widest Mercedes-AMG G-Wagon in the world. Officially known as the G 63 DMC “Zeus,” this G-Class goes extra-wide with the help of a load of carbon fibre panels.

The exterior is christened with a carbon-fibre front and rear bumpers, front grille, front lip, widened fenders and more. We understand that just 10 units of this unique Gelandewagen will be made, but DMC hasn’t revealed a price tag for it yet.


Just like your not-so-ordinary, ordinary Mercedes-AMG G 63, Zeus features a 5.5 litre V8 biturbo petrol engine. However, the powerplant in this monster is tuned to deliver 867 hp – significantly more than the standard G 63’s 571 hp. Not even the AMG G 65’s 6.0 litre V12 engine makes as much power, with just 630 hp on tap there.

If you’re still in the mood for whacky G-Wagon creations, don’t miss our coverage of the right-hand drive Brabus G 700 6×6’s that’s only available in Malaysia. You can also watch Harve as he walks us through the entire car and even starts up its behemoth engine.