The Iconic G63 as we know it is no longer. With an anticipated
relaunch with a V6 or Electric option, the vaunted BiTurbo V8
packing 577 Horsepower and 627 Pounds of Torque will no longer be
With just 180 Miles, 1 Owner Clean Carfax and the balance of its
Factory Warranty, this Factory Matte Black G63 is simply stunning
and very well optioned.
- Designo Night Black Magno - $3,950
- AMG Carbon Fiber Trim - $3,700
- AMG Red Painted Calipers
- Heated Steering Wheel - $250
- AMG Performance Steering Wheel in DINAMICA/Carbon Fiber -
- Comfort Seat Package - $2,220
- 22" Forged AMG Cross-Spoke Wheels Black - $4,450
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About the G63:
The G-wagon is characterized by its boxy styling and body-on-frame
construction. It uses three fully locking differentials, one of the
few vehicles to have such a feature. The G-Class is one of the
longest produced Mercedes-Benz in Daimler's history, with a span of
Development started in 1972, focusing on off-road abilities and
maximum safety and comfort; with a cooperative agreement between
Daimler-Benz and Steyr-Daimler-Puch in Graz, Austria. Mercedes-Benz
engineers in Stuttgart were in charge of design and testing, while
the team in Graz developed the production plans. The first wooden
model was presented to Daimler-Benz management in 1973, with the
first drivable prototype beginning various testing including German
coalfields, the Sahara Desert, and the Arctic Circle in 1974.
Construction commenced on a new production facility in Graz, where
the new cross-country vehicle would be assembled nearly entirely by
hand in 1975, with production of the "G Model" beginning in Graz in
1979. In 1980, the Vatican took delivery of a specially made
G-Wagon outfitted with a clear thermoplastic top which served as
the Popemobile. The "Papa G" later took up permanent residence at
the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany.
The G-class was developed as a military vehicle from a suggestion
by the Shah of Iran to Mercedes and offered as a civilian version
in 1979. In this role it is sometimes referred to as the "Wolf".
The Peugeot P4 was a variant made under license in France with a
Peugeot engine. The first military in the world to use it was the
Argentine Army beginning in 1981 with the military model 461.
It was not available from Mercedes-Benz in the United States until
2002, although this was preceded by a grey-market where even basic
models commanded six-figure prices in the 1990s. It was launched in
2002 as the Mercedes-Benz G500 with a V-8 petrol engine and
achieved 3,114 sales that year. This eventually tapered down to
less than 1,000 models sold in some years. However, in the 2010s,
sales began to increase again surpassing the 3,000 mark in 2014 and
in 2015, it sold more than during its launch year; with 3,616 sold
that year. In 2016 this increased to 3950 in the United States.
Many iterations of the G-Wagon have been produced with the second
generation G-Class (W463) launched on January 14, 2018 at the North
American International Auto Show in Detroit.
In contrast to its predecessor, the new G-Class has grown in width
by 4 inches 2 inches, and now has about a quarter of an inch more
ground clearance. Compared to its predecessor with the same engine,
the weight savings are 374 pounds. Despite all this, the vehicle
visually differs from the W463 very little and the previous model
code (W463) was retained.
Due to the age of the basic concept of the previous model, the
technical changes are significant. Among other things, the front
axle now has independent suspension instead of a rigid axle; the
rear axle remains solid. The low range gear ratio was shortened
from 2.1: 1 to 2.9: 1. The new model now has the familiar digital
cockpit from the S-class.
The New G-Class features a updated interior with dual 12 inch LCD
display for the instrument cluster and infotainment system.
Mercedes also added Apple Carplay and Android Auto as an option for
the second generation G-Class as well. The G-class also received
updated seats and upholstery with ambient lightning with up to 64
colors to choose from the infotainment system. The G-Class was also
updated with a suite of safety features such as PRE-SAFE, ATTENTION
ASSIST, Active Lane Keeping Assist, Active Brake Assist, and more
of Mercedes line of safety system pioneered from the W222 S-Class
that has never been featured in a G-class before. Other Options
includes 360 degree surround sound, Frameless auto dimming rear
view mirror and a upgraded Burmester surround sound system from the
Harman Kardon sound system found in the previous G-Class W463.
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