Mercedes G63 AMG 2019 - Super SUV?
Based on the legendary Mercedes-Benz G-class, the 2019 G63 AMG pushes the performance envelope even further and adds exclusive interior styling bits inside and out. Although the G-Class was completely redesigned for the first time in decades, its iconic design has been expertly preserved and carefully evolved. The 2019 Mercedes G63 AMG still has the incredible off-road capability and trail-ready equipment found on the Mercedes-Benz G500, but it also has a more powerful twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 that makes 585 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque. A nine-speed automatic gearbox with steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters sends all that power to the all-wheel-drive system that prioritizes rear traction for better handling and acceleration. Even more impressive is the new suspension. It handles the power much better and brings the performance of the car down to the street in a much more sportive way. The new G63 AMG is give you so a totally different feeling of driving than the previous one. At the test track, this square rocketed from zero to 100 kph in just 3.9 seconds—0.9 second quicker than the last-generation G63 we tested. Along with that extra power, the G63 receives AMG-specific treatments such as suspension and transmission tuning.
The changes that Mercedes has made to the Benz-branded G-class are additionally enhanced on the new AMG model, which wears a distinctly different grille and flared fenders as well as side-exit exhaust pipes and wheels as big as 22 inches. For those that want more then 22´s, LOMA Wheels have for example a beautiful 23 Inch and 24 Inch forged wheel variant. The aesthetic effect is both more aggressive and luxurious. The fanciful features also extend to the interior, where premium materials mix with high-tech gadgetry. This includes the optional dual dashboard displays that each measure 12.3 inches and allow multiple user-chosen configurations. Thanks in part to its all-new design, the G63’s cabin has improved noise and vibration isolation, too. It also means the G-Class has more interior passenger space compared with the previous generation.