Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Mercedes-AMG G 63 Facelift (MOPF): More than just V8 power!

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Mercedes-AMG G 63 Facelift (MOPF): More than just V8 power!

Mercedes-AMG raises the legendary G63 to a new level. The latest facelift of the W463A (W 465) underlines why the off-roader appeals to a broad target group - from footballers up to Business ladies – is so popular. A look at the details shows why the G 63 is the undisputed leader. The base Price After the facelift it will probably only be a lot just under EUR 200.000 move, but the rush to the “Über-G” remains unbroken. The AMG logo now proudly adorns the hood, and with new ones Rim designs between 20 and 22 inches as well as the fresh paintwork “Hyper Blue Magno” the G 63 sets visual accents. Special features like that Carbon packagewhich Night package as well as an improved one A-pillar trim for less wind noise take the driving experience to a new level.

Mercedes-AMG G 63 MOPF

And now are 240 km / h top speed with the AMG performance package possible. The angular character still hides a heart of steel: The Four-liter twin-turbo V8, now as a mild hybrid 48-volt electrical system, does a proud job 585 PS & 850 Nm torque and even electrified 605 PS & 1050 Nm. And a highlight of the technical sophistication is the optional AMG Active Ride Control suspension, which promises a new dimension of comfort and sportiness. Together with the latest MBUX generation, One 12,3 inch touch screen and improved assistance systems As always, the G 63 sets standards. And for off-road enthusiasts this is AMG Offroad Package Pro with additional driving modes "AMG Traction Pro" and "AMG balance control“ the crowning achievement of technical perfection.

Details about the Mercedes-AMG G 63 MOPF:

  • Model: Mercedes-AMG G 63 (W 463A)
  • Market share: 60% of all G-Classes sold as G 63
  • base Price: Most recently at at least 187.247 EUR, after facelift close to 200.000 EUR
  • Facelift details: AMG logo on the hood, three vertical slats on the air inlets, new 20-22 inch rims, “Hyper Blue Magno” paintwork
  • Carbon package: Mirror caps, underrun protection, spare wheel cover, headlights and radiator grille in Dark Chrome
  • A-pillar trim: Redesigned for reduced wind noise
  • Maximum speed: 240 km/h with AMG Performance package, otherwise 220 km/h
  • Motor: Four-liter V8 biturbo with 585 HP and 850 Nm, as a mild hybrid with an additional 20 HP and 200 Nm
  • acceleration: 0-100 km/h in 4,3 seconds with AMG Performance package
  • AMG Active Ride Control suspension: Optional chassis with active hydraulic elements for comfort and sportiness
  • infotainment: Latest MBUX generation with 12,3-inch touchscreen
  • Steering wheel: New generation with display buttons for AMG
  • AMG Offroad Package Pro: Additional driving modes “AMG Traction Pro” and “AMG Balance Control”

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Mercedes-AMG G 63 Facelift (MOPF): More than just V8 power!
Mercedes-AMG G 63 Facelift (MOPF): More than just V8 power!
Photo credit/source: Mercedes-Benz
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