In a glittering event in Mumbai, Mercedes has launched the big daddy of SUV’s, the traditional looking powerhouse, new G63 AMG. 

Here are the main pointers of the launch:

  • G63 AMG is powered by a twin turbo supercharged 5.5 Liters V8 motor which is capable of churning out 544 hp of peak power (@ 5500 rpm) and a ground breaking 760Nm of maximum torque (@ 5000 rpm)
  • G-Class is the oldest vehicle from Mercedes which dates back to around 33 years and one of the most successful one as well.
  • G63 despite being an SUV is capable of a naught to 100kmph dash in a mere 5.4 seconds.
  • G63 AMG in its latest form tops the speedometer at 205 kmph
  • Mercedes G63 AMG is priced at Rs 1 crore 45 lakh and 77 thousand rupees which is Rs 14,577,000 ex-showroom Mumbai

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Exterior Features

  • ECO start/stop function
  • AMG radiator grille with chromed twin louvers
  • AMG wheel-arch flaring with ‘V8 BITURBO’ logo
  • AMG exhaust system with twin chromed side tailpipes
  • AMG 5-twin-spoke light-alloy wheels in Titanium Grey with red painted brake calipers
  • 275/50 R20 tyres
  • Standard-fit Exterior Stainless Steel package.

Interior Features

  • Illuminated AMG stainless steel door sill panels
  • seats in designo leather
  • leather-trimmed dashboards
  • multi-function steering wheel
  • door centre panels in ruffled leather
  • headlining in anthracite Alcantara
  • ambient lighting possibilities

New Mercedes G63 also features in the latest Die Hard movie – ‘A Good Day to Die Hard‘. A movie which promises to be full of action and entertainment and has wrecked as many as 132 cars in a chase sequence totaling a whooping $11 million. A complete thoroughbred hardroader, G63 is the one for all your off-roads and luxurious on the roads!

The closest resemblance you can draw is in the form of Force Trax Gurkha which shares its looks with these G-Class SUVs. Meanwhile Mercedes is also testing their smaller GL 350 for India and we have the exclusive proof of the same.

 

Mercedes G63 Photos From Launch


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