- Wrapped Matt Black over Obsidian Black Metallic Paint
- Including Designo Exclusive & Entertainment Packages
- Full Mercedes Service History
- UK Supplied
In 1972 Mercedes developed a Military vehicle for the German Army called the ‘Geländewagen’, meaning ‘cross country vehicle’, this was then subsequently shortened to G-Wagen or G-Class when it went on sale to the public in 1979. The body structure itself has not changed all that much and thus the G-Wagen has kept it’s iconic and instantly recognisable retro boxy shape.
Arguably tougher and more resilient than the American and the UK equivalents the Jeep and the Land Rover, the G-Wagon shows true off-roading pedigree with it’s low range setting, sequentially locking differentials and long suspension travel. Hand built at its very own production facility at Graz in Austria, each iteration of the G-Wagen must undergo several thousand kilometres of testing on the Austrian ‘Schockl Mountain’ tracks, which are strewn with boulders and tree roots, before it is certified as ‘Schockl Proof’ and fit for series production.
Overall the AMG G63 is just as comfortable making a statement around town as it is bullying grip out of a mountain track, making it a truly unique driving experience.