The All-New Mercedes-AMG G63 is ready to take a look, this sports SUV have been upgrading to better performance with new engine system, and also the next-gen Mercedes-AMG G63 will have more key features on Cabin, that will make this upcoming 2019 Mercedes-AMG G63 more special than another Sports SUV.
Engine & Power
The new 2019 Mercedes-AMG G63, with 577 horsepower from AMG’s ubiquitous 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8, does the run in 4.4. What’s odd is that the 2019 G63 only makes 14 more power than 2018, though 2019 produces 627 lb-ft of torque (60 more than the last model) and drops about 146 pounds as well (5478 lbs vs. 5624 for curb weight). The 9-speed automatic likely helps in that acceleration figure. The new 22-inch wheels probably do not. Mileage is a claimed 13.2 liters per 100km, a slight improvement over the old ones 13.8. Converting that to miles per gallon gets you around 18 vs 17 mpg combined, roughly.
According to (car and driver), The first AMG model, once again dubbed the Mercedes-AMG G63, is a high-performance box that trades its predecessor’s twin-turbocharged 5.5-liter V-8 engine for the latest twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8. The new engine produces 577 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque, gains of 14 horses and 66 lb-ft over the previous G63, and a healthy 161 hp and 171 lb-ft over the standard 2019 G550’s version of the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8. Nine-Speed automatic transmission with steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters replaces the prior seven-speed gearbox.
New For 2019
For 2019, the most upgrade is on Interior. The interior of the 2019 G-class is, like the rest of the truck, all-new, and the G63’s cabin is (as expected) much like the G550’s. Despite the vehicle’s utilitarian roots, U.S. buyers like their Gelandewagens plush. So, to differentiate itself from the already comfy G550, the G63 adds a flat-bottomed AMG Performance steering wheel. You’ll be able to get as far out there as you want with Benz’s Designo customization program, so get creative!
If this thing is anything like the G63 it replaces, we know that it will be improbably fun to drive and more capable than you’d be inclined to give it credit for. We want to know if its new suspension setup makes it feel less like a rocket-powered shopping car going around corners, though and if it does, whether that will make the overall experience more or less fun.
How Much it Cost?
The G63 will roll out later this year. To own the upcoming 2019 G63, you will need at least $142,325.