Mercedes-AMG G 63 launched in India and only 25 units to be sold in India; how to qualify for it.


Mercedes-AMG G 63 is priced at 4 crores in India and only available to existing costumers.

Mercedes-AMG G 63
The AMG G 63 Grand Edition rides on 22-inch AMG forged alloy wheels with a cross-spoke design and a matte black central locking nut in a tech gold finish.

 

Mercedes-Benz India has unveiled the new AMG G 63 Grand Edition, which costs Rs 4 crore (ex-showroom, India). The Mercedes-AMG G 63 Grand Edition is a limited edition model, with only 25 cars allotted for India out of a total production of 1,000 units globally.

It is crucial to note, however, that Mercedes-Benz has set a restriction: you can only buy this special vehicle if you already own a Mercedes-Maybach, Mercedes-AMG, or S-Class.

This narrows the possible buyer pool for the new Mercedes-AMG G 63 Grand Edition to a small set of existing customers. The Grand Edition features a special Manufaktur night black magno exterior treatment with distinguishing gold accents.

For the first time, it has the AMG emblem and the Mercedes star in Kalahari gold magno. The Affalterbach insignia is clearly shown on the bonnet, which is also finished exquisitely in Kalahari gold magno. The Grand Edition also has gold inlays in the front and rear bumpers, optical underride protection in the front, the Mercedes Star in the spare wheel inlay, and the spare wheel ring.

The AMG G 63 Grand Edition rides on 22-inch AMG forged alloy wheels with a cross-spoke design and a matte black central locking nut in a tech gold finish. The Mercedes Star on the wheels is also beautifully plated in tech gold.

The black and gold theme continues into the interior, with the AMG symbol on the black door sills, highlighted by illuminated borders. The seats are covered in premium black Nappa leather with contrasting gold stitching. The AMG emblem on the seats is precisely rendered in gold, and the backrests have gold edging. The floor mats complete the look by being black with contrasting gold stitching.

The roof grab grips on the Grand Edition are skillfully crafted in Nappa leather. In addition, the interior trims have a carbon finish complemented by delicate copper threading. This limited-edition SUV also includes an AMG performance steering wheel with a special G 63 badge and is lavishly covered in Dinamica microfibre leather. While the majority of the parts in the new Grand Edition are pre-set, Mercedes-Benz gives a limited number of adjustable options for customers who want to personalise their vehicle.

The Mercedes AMG G 63 Grand Edition is driven by the well-known 4.0-litre V8 engine, which has been expertly tuned to produce an astonishing 577 horsepower and a strong 850 Nm of peak torque. The acceleration time from 0 to 100 kmph is only 4.5 seconds, while the top speed is limited to 220 kmph. The AMG G63 Grand Edition will be delivered by Mercedes-Benz India in the first quarter of 2024.

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