Introduced to the general public in 1979, the Geländewagen or G-Wagon in short, was initially developed as an all-terrain, military off-roader. It gained global fame a year later when a specially modified version of the G-Wagon was used as the Popemobile.
Through the years, its ability to perform reliably in the harshest of environments garnered it a cult following. But due to its no-compromise, utilitarian purpose, the G-Wagon remained on the fringe of mainstream acceptance as an everyday city dweller. That is until Mercedes-Benz assigned the civilian model its own chassis number and recognised it officially as the G-Class, and started fitting the G-Wagon with comfort and luxury features.
However, you only truly know when a Mercedes-Benz model has been truly embraced as a mainstream model when its manufacturer commissions its motorsports arm, Mercedes-AMG, to produce its own high performance model!
Featuring an updated interior on par with their very own S-Class in fit and finish, the 585bhp AMG G63 boasts modern features like a fully digital instrument cluster and a state-of-the-art infotainment system that supports all modern connectivity. It even has luxuries like an audiophile standard Burmester surround sound system and a 64-colour ambient lighting system!
This very sharp, single owner official import is in no-nonsense black on black nappa leather and is the perfect representation of the all-weather, go-anywhere, uber chic style statement it has become.