Mercedes-AMG launches G 63 Grand Edition at Rs 4 crore
The G 63 Grand Edition is limited to 1000 units worldwide with India getting 25 units.
Mercedes-AMG has launched the G 63 Grand Edition SUV in India at Rs 4 crore (ex-showroom). The Grand Edition will be one of the last batches of the current G 63 in India before a heavily updated model makes its global debut next year.
Mercedes-AMG G 63 Grand Edition: the final 25
India will get just 25 units of this special edition G wagon, with Mercedes-Benz saying that it will be offered on sale to existing Maybach, S-Class and Mercedes-AMG customers first.
All 1,000 units of the AMG G 63 Grand Edition are finished in an exclusive Manufaktur Night Black Magno colour with gold graphics. The SUV rides on larger, 22-inch, centre-lock forged AMG wheels, which are also finished in gold. The bumpers, front skid plate, spare wheel ring and various interior bits, including the seat stitching, gets gold accents. The interior is also wrapped with Nappa Leather on every possible surface and there’s a ‘Grand Edition’ badge on the passenger side grab handle.
The AMG G 63 Grand Edition gets the same 585hp, 850Nm, 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 as the regular AMG G 63 SUV.
Heavily updated G-Class coming next year
Mercedes-Benz has been testing another refresh for the G-Class SUV overseas, which, apart from minor styling tweaks inside and out, will also get an updated powertrain. There's also an all-electric iteration that's likely to be called the EQG. Read more on that here.
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The company has a strong presence in India with eight production sites.