2019 Mercedes G63 AMG Reveals Its Attractive Rugged Demeanor!

Jun 14, 2017 01:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban

The 2019 Mercedes G63 AMG has been recently spied revealing its attractive rugged demeanor. Well, this is not the only detail noticed by eagle-eyed spies. One thing is for sure, the G63 is one wagon to watch out for and will never leave everyone high and dry.

The 2019 Mercedes G63 AMG looks like it is taking cues from the recently introduced E-Class. It is reported to have the same 4.0-liter twin turbo V-8 in the E63, which is capable of 570PS in standard and 612PS in its S version. It is interesting that horsepower may remain the same, however, torque is expected to be significantly beefed up.

Not only does it appear rugged, it is wider in terms of track compared to previous generations. It is estimated to be 10cm wider, which translates to wider fenders that has the bigger wheels. It does have larger air dams for the front bumper which allows for the V-8 to effectively breathe, so to speak.

The new truck looks more luxurious as well. Mercedes is in itself a brand that oozes with luxury and style. The 2019 G63 stays true to the ever-untarnished Mercedes tradition and reputation.

Reports do suggest that it is a more capable vehicle as well. It is expected to have a fully updated range of powertrains under the exceptionally improved sheet metal, together working harmoniously with its equally impressive interior.

The 2019 Mercedes G63 AMG has received significant weight loss. It has increased the use of aluminum and high-strength steel in its construction. All later models, especially of this size aim to shed off excess weight for better performance and handling altogether. This is something that the G63 can be proud of.

The 2019 Mercedes G63 AMG reduces its total body weight to as much as 440-pounds. It is expected to hit the showrooms next year being the 2019 model. Not long from now will industry experts and enthusiasts experience the capabilities of this rugged wonder.

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