<p>A class of its own.<br />Mercedes-AMG G 63.</p>

A class of its own.
Mercedes-AMG G 63.

If the appearance of a vehicle has hardly changed for more than three decades, but its popularity remains unbroken, that says something about its character. Unmistakable, sovereign, unobtrusive – as well as highly dynamic and reliable. The Mercedes-AMG G 63 is a personality with corners and edges. Its interior shows that comfort does not have to be left on the side of the road.
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Exterior: Timeless distinction.

The design of the G-Class demonstrates timeless distinction. The Mercedes-AMG G 63 is a part of this tradition, setting its own accents with subtle design modifications. Its face is characterized by the AMG radiator grille with duel disc and four chrome inserts, as well as prominent bumpers with large air intakes.  Other signs of distinction – and clear indications of the expected lap times – are the "V8 BITURBO" lettering on the front fenders.

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Interior: Characteristic AMG styling.

The Mercedes-AMG G 63 turns any terrain into a sophisticated driving experience. It impresses with high-quality fittings and extravagant accents that reflect the performance of the Mercedes-AMG G 63. When entering, white illuminated door sill panels made of stainless steel with AMG lettering deliver the greeting. The decorative elements made of real wood and the leather-clad gearshift stand out as does the AMG instrument cluster.  

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Thoroughbred performance car.

In the Mercedes-AMG G 63 the performance of the twin-turbocharged AMG 5.5-Liter V8 engine has been nudged up to 420 kW (571 hp), with maximum torque remaining at 760 Nm. Unchanged is the vehicle’s effortless performance, with the Mercedes-AMG G 63 accelerating from zero to 100 km/h in 5.4 seconds and peaking at a top speed of 210 km/h (electronically limited).

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AMG SPEEDSHIFT PLUS 7G-TRONIC.

The AMG SPEEDSHIFT PLUS 7G-TRONIC seven-speed automatic gearbox features three drive modes and an automatic double-declutching function for downshifting, creating an incredible range of variability. The Controlled Efficiency “C” mode is characterized by smooth accelerator and transmission characteristics and early gear changes; the vehicle is usually started in second gear in this mode. In the Sport (S) and Manual (M) modes, the ECO start/stop function is off, and the engine-transmission combination displays far greater agility. Short, precisely defined ignition and injection retardations mean shorter shift times when changing up at full load.

Mercedes-AMG G 63
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