2018 Mercedes-Benz G550 And 2019 Mercedes-AMG G63 Spied

2018 Mercedes-Benz G550 And 2019 Mercedes-AMG G63 Spied
This is the first moment we get to have a look at a 2019 Mercedes-AMG G63 prototype with suspension clearly visible.

We would like to say that the gossips about the next G-Class getting some bits and bobs from the time MHA platform that Mercedes-Benz is creating for its SUV formation still continue at this time. We're still not convinced if that is a private front and procreate mixture or if the solid shafts are simply hidden from orientation.

But we're sure as there won't be any leaf springs on the procreate shaft anymore, not even on the non-AMG models.

Spied by our artists in an inhumane polar weather, somewhere in Northern Sweden, the three G-Class pre-production prototype models in the representation aren't same.

Two of them are G63s, while the third one is likely a G500 (G550 in the U.S.), met with a detuned version of the same twin-turbocharged, 4.0-liter V8. Just like in the current version, the G500 should consign around 422 hp and 610 Nm (450 lb-ft) of torque.

The Mercedes-AMG G63 taste, the V8 should give an akin amount of energy as the recently uncovered E63 and E63S. That expressed , the G63 should product between 571 hp and 612 hp, since it's rigid to believe that there will also be a G63 S version, like on the E-Class. Another quality analyzed to the AMG E-Class might be the transmission, since it's highly unlikely that the G-Wagen could get a drift mode from its 4Matic all-wheel-drive system.

The brand-new G63 can be much faster than the current version, not only acknowledgments to the increased product but mainly acknowledgments to the intense weight reduction, which could be as high as 3-400 kg (662-882 pounds). Beside a redesigned body, which is beamy and slightly debased but also with a lot more aluminum environments, the all-brand-new G-Class seems to follow the same direction of its precursor, which is why it also looks more like a facelift than a brand-new epoch.

Expect the non-AMG version to be uncovered adjacent to the 2017 Paris Auto Show, while the G63 to unveil few months later, as a 2018 version in Europe and 2019 in the States.