Think of the excess within Mercedes. Can you reach the Black Series. Can you think of a Mercedes S Class, armored gadgets charged and ready to enjoy it from the rear bench.
Can you think of the new “excess” Mercedes, spoiler and vinyls included, with the Mercedes A 45 AMG Edition 1. but not, go a little further, go up to the idea of a Mercedes G63 AMG 6X6 six wheel, 3-axis motor.
Mercedes G63 AMG 6X6: The G-Class production
And so, after knowing a little more than a week to two units of the Mercedes G-Class 6 wheel now we get new details on this end Mercedes G-Class. New details suggest that this version marketed Mercedes G 6X6 in a limited production.
Luxury, classic design and yes, 6 wheels. At charm Mercedes G-Class, which was in the middle of this hybrid super car, SUV compact 4-door coupes, is able to keep the same essence that showed for more than three decades, is now compounded by the extravagance of having a drive shaft extra, giving it not only a foothold more to this machine devouring mud, devouring dunes. Also a new dimension, a new design and a striking picture seeing such a figure slipping through the gravel.
Under the hood of this 6 wheel we find the 5.5-liter V8 biturbo engine and 536 horses, all with a couple of 760 Nm and associated transmission 7G-Tronic. Its engine figures aren't the most striking of this Class G is special and the Mercedes G63 AMG 6X6 weighs, empty, 3774 kg.
Still from Mercedes aims and to be able to reach 100 km / h in under 6 seconds…. All with a consumption of about 18 l/100 km…. Almost 20 l/100 km yes. Let me perzca to content consumption taking into account the figures handled. Yes, its top speed is probably the smallest of the range AMG, being limited electronically to 160 km / h…. Can you imagine the mirror to see such a mass to 160 km / h?
The excesses aren't just on your weight. Its ground clearance is also quite considerable, with 460 mm, has a load capacity of 650 kg and a still more substantial 36-inch wheels.
A blessed excess is expected to be produced in an edition of about 20 to 30 units per year, starting shipping in October.