To mark the discontinuation of the Mercedes-AMG G 65, AMG is offering an exclusive Final Edition, limited to just 65 examples worldwide. The Final Edition is designed to reflect the successful story of one of world’s most powerful series production off-roaders. More than a third of all G‑Class vehicles sold worldwide originate from AMG. The G 65 Final Edition has been priced at 310,233 euros (INR 2.36 crore*).
*Converted price for representation purpose only
The AMG 6.0-litre V12 engine generates 630 hp of maximum power and a maximum torque of 1000 Nm at 2300-4300 rpm. The G 65 Final Edition is claimed to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.3 seconds and reach a top speed of 230 km/h (electronically limited). Alongside twin turbochargers, the SUV boasts a multi-spark ignition with twelve twin-spark ignition units plus a particularly effective engine management system. The AMG SPEEDSHIFT PLUS 7G‑TRONIC automatic transmission takes care of the transfer of power to all four wheels.
High ground clearance and long suspension travel form the basis for the excellent off-road characteristics of the Mercedes-AMG G 65. The SUV boasts:
- Slope climbing ability of up to 80% on suitable surfaces
- Maximum fording depth of 60 cm when driving through water and mud
- Driving stability at angles of 28°
- Angle of approach/departure: 27°
- Breakover angle: 22°
- Expressive exterior, high-quality interior
Exterior design of the G 65 Final Edition is underscored by large 21‑inch 5‑twin-spoke light-alloy wheels in bronze, silver brake callipers and AMG Sport trim strips on the sides. Additional highlights come courtesy of features retained in matt bronze such as the underride guard, the trim elements in the bumpers, the wheels and exterior mirrors plus the spare wheel cover in obsidian black with appropriately designed insert. These are complemented by the radiator grille with black mesh screen and surround painted in matt bronze. Running boards and tailpipes are retained in matt black. Inserts in the exterior protective strips in high-gloss black complete the look.
On the inside, the scope of equipment includes the designo Exclusive package in designo black nappa leather with seat side bolsters in a carbon-fibre look and topstitching in light brown. Carbon-fibre trim elements with decorative stitching in bronze, the milled Edition lettering in the grab handle plus floor mats with leather edging in light brown and topstitching in black round off the look. The driver sits behind an AMG Performance steering wheel in black nappa leather featuring a flattened bottom section. Comfort is further enhanced with the Seat Comfort package including multicontour seats and climatised seats for driver and front passenger.
The G-Class is not only by far the passenger car model series with the longest production run in the history of Mercedes-Benz, but also the forefather of all SUVs to bear the three-pointed star. Like the entire model series, the G 65 Final Edition will be produced in Graz.