Mercedes G63 Grand Edition: 1k Gold-Accented Units

Special Manufaktur Mango Black SUV with 22-inch Rims

Mercedes has just unveiled a new version of their AMG G63, the Grand Edition, with only one thousand available. This astonishingly potent SUV has been augmented with both interior and exterior features including lustrous gold highlights.

The AMG G63 Grand Edition is draped in luxurious Manufaktur night black mango paint, which truly brings out the complementary colors. Its front and rear bumper inlays, lower body guard plate, spare wheel ring, and star badge are all embellished with glimmering gold accents.

Mercedes implemented Kalaharigold for the lower body graphics, and further adorned the AMG and Mercedes insignias in that shade for the first time. Sleek 22-inch forged AMG wheels were implemented, finished off with tech gold and matte black hub caps with gold Mercedes stars.

Within, the G63 Grand Edition boasts a luxurious cabin of contrasting black and gold hues. Featuring AMG logos embossed onto ebony door sill trimmings, plus seating upholstered in Manufaktur black nappa leather with highlights of contrasting gold stitching, and leather-clad handles atop the roof. To complete the interior, Mercedes provide certain trim components with carbon fibre finish embellished with copper tones.

The vehicle manufacturer has also introduced the G500 Final Edition, which will be the last installment of an 8-cylinder engine in that specific variant. It has only intended to produce 1,500 versions – 500 each in Obsidian Black, Opalith White Mango, and Olive Mango. This highly exclusive SUV showcases 20-inch AMG rims and other unique “Final Edition” adornments.

There are no modifications to the engine hardware in either the G63 Grand Edition or the G500 Final Edition. The G500 has a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 motor putting out 416 horsepower and 610 Newton-meters of torque. As for the AMG, it also features a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8, producing 577 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque.

The G-Class is nearing a different period, with the presentation of its all electric variant imminent. The specific date of the unveiling remains unclear, but could occur prior to the completion of this year. Propelling the SUV will be four electronic motors and it will keep on being based on a strong ladder frame chassis. Due to legislation, however, pulling it off to market in the American area may start in late 2024 or initially in 2025.

Pending the possibility of an EQG named something else, G-Class devotees currently have the AMG G63 Grand Edition and the G500 Final Edition. At the moment, potential clients in Europe can acquire the Mercedes-AMG G63 Grand Edition for €228,896.40 ($249,605.80 concerning today’s currency rate). The car is accompanied with an exclusive indoor AMG auto cover.

Source: Mercedes-Benz

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