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2014 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6

Mercedes builds custom truck for ultimate off-road experience

Toni Avery
Mar 15, 2013

For those who want to go off-roading in style and comfort, Mercedes has you covered. The G63 AMG 6x6 is the SLS of off-road pursuits and practically crushes the competition, not only with its price but also its luxury finishes.

The twin-turbo motor puts out 544hp and 560 lb-ft through an AMG speedshift plus 7G-tronic automatic transmission.

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The six-wheel drive, 8487 lb G63 has an off-road low-range transfer case and five diff locks that can be engaged on the move. There's also a tire pressure control system for the 37" tires that can be adjusted while the car is running.

The vehicle is almost 7.5ft high, 6.8ft wide and 19.2ft long. It features an AMG 'twin blade' radiator grille and LED light strips integrated above the windshield. Large flared wheel arches compliment the rear load area that has a stainless-steel roll-bar. Nothing was left untouched, even the cargo bed was finished in a durable bamboo.

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The interior is finished in red or brown leather with contrasting topstitching in a diamond pattern. The four seats are both ventilated and heated, while the rear passengers have a special center console. The headliner and pillars are finished in Alcantara.

Mercedes has truly outdone itself with this ultra-luxurious giant. For those who love off-roading, the G63 AMG 6x6 is top of the line but will cost an exorbitant $450,000 if it was to make it Stateside.

By Toni Avery
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