2023 Mercedes-Benz G Class AMG Owner's Manual
Mercedes-Benz G-Class – “charged” version of the all-wheel drive SUV class “K2”. The premiere of the charged version of the model took place at the Beijing Motor Show in April 2012.
The “charged” versions of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class from AMG received all the same design innovations as the usual restyled versions of the G350 with the G500, but with some additions – slightly different bumpers, a different false radiator grille, a stylized instrument panel and a certain number of AMG nameplates.
Of course, the Mercedes-Benz engineers did not stand aside from the G-Class update. Despite the fact that numerous active and passive safety systems developed by German specialists are considered among the most advanced in the world, work on them never stops. The updated Gelendvagen has become another platform for demonstrating the technological superiority of Mercedes-Benz over its competitors, but more importantly, lane keeping and blind spot monitoring systems are now included in the basic package, whereas earlier they could only be installed for an extra charge.
The main differences between the G-Class AMG and the usual versions of the SUV are hidden under the massive bonnet. The G 63 AMG, which replaced the G 55 AMG, is equipped with a 5.5-liter V8 with two turbochargers. Such a unit produces 544 hp. With. of power and 760 Nm of torque, that is, 37 “forces” more than the previous generation engine, which allows the SUV to accelerate to 100 km / h in 5.4 seconds with a top speed of 210 km / h (electronically limited). The G 63 AMG engine boasts even more dizzying performance – 6 liters, V12, 612 hp. With. and 1000 Nm of thrust! It accelerates the 2.5-ton “Cube” to 100 km / h in 5.3 seconds with a maximum of 230 km / h. True, you will have to pay for this with 14 and 17 liters of gasoline, respectively. And in relation to the environment, the G-Class cannot be called particularly friendly. Depending on the modification, it emits from 295 to 397 g/km CO2 into the atmosphere. The gearbox, like in conventional versions, is a 7-speed “automatic” 7G-Tronic Plus.
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