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Mercedes Benz India launches the G63 AMG

Mercedes Benz India launches the G63 AMG


After selling close to 30 units of G55 AMG, Mercedes-Benz India has launched the G63 AMG. Based on the Mercedes Benz Gelandagon launched in 1979, the G63 AMG, priced at Rs 14,577,000 ex-showroom Mumbai, is powered by a 544bhp, Vee 8-cylinder 5461cc bi-turbo petrol engine situated at the front. Mated to the engine is an automatic trnamission with the drive going to all the wheels. Aimed at Hollywood stars, and Bollywwod personalities, the G63 AMG, though built on the G-Class platform, flaunts metallic paint, AMG radiator grille with chromed twin louvres, AMG wheel-arch flaring with ‘V8 BITURBO’ logo, AMG exhaust system with twin chromed side tailpipes, AMG twin-spoke alloys finsihed in Titanium Grey, red painted brake calipers, 275/50 R20 tyres, and a standard-fit exterior stainless steel package. Inside, the G63 AMG features illuminated AMG stainless steel door sill panels, seats in designo leather, leather-trimmed dashboard and multi-function steering wheel as well as door centre panels in ruffled leather. Headlining is in in anthracite Alcantara.

There’s ambient lighting, and the standard-fit chrome package with designo trim is had in a choice of three versions, that further complement the dynamic impression created by the interior. What makes the G63 AMG more special apart from its specs, is perhaps, the fact, that it has featured in the new Hollywood movie ‘A Good Day to Die Hard’ featuring Bruce Willis. The latest among the ‘Die Hard’ chain of movies, the film has the Gelandwagon performing various duties with Moscow as the location. Mercedes Benz supplied 13 G-Class vehicles to the movie project.

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