The Mercedes-Benz G-Class (aka G-Wagen) needs little introduction. A boxy throwback to the old-school G-Class of 1979, the G-Class received a fairly extensive makeover in 2018. The W463 generation of G-Class retained the boxy exterior but pushed the once-utilitarian model even further up the luxury food chain. The new car also introduced a host of new safety features, bringing the G-Class in line with the rest of the Mercedes-Benz line-up. The G63 is the AMG-tuned variation of the G-Class. Badged as a Mercedes-AMG, the G63 features a 4.0-liter V8, styling changes, AMG exhaust, AMG-optimized adaptive suspension, and AMG brakes. This nearly-new 2020 Mercedes-AMG G63 has just 1500-miles, making it barely run-in.
The Mercedes-AMG G63 has several design tweaks over the conventional Mercedes-Benz G-Class, including the “Panamericana” Grille. This particular G63 features AMG’s optional 22” cross-spoke forged alloy wheels in black, as well as red-painted calipers. Inside, this G63 has been optioned with the optional “Seat Comfort” package, which includes active front seats with massage capabilities, as well as heating and ventilation. The interior is outfitted in Mercedes-Benz’s Designo black Nappa leather and includes carbon-fiber trim and a heated wood and leather AMG steering wheel.
The Mercedes-AMG G63 features a 4.0-liter V8 assisted by two turbos. It develops 557hp and 627 lb-ft of torque. Doing the 0-60mph dash in 3.9 seconds, Car & Driver Magazine claims it to be the heaviest car they’ve tested to achieve it under 4 seconds. The Mercedes-AMG G63’s power is transmitted to the road via a 9-speed transmission via AWD.