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Mercedes-Benz Launches Most G-Class Yet

May 15, 2013

G 63 AMG 6×6 make production

The jury is out on whether the Mercedes-Benz G 63 AMG 6×6 will it to production. However, indications are the “near-series” show vehicle do just that, given the response it has been getting. The 544 bhp vehicle is six-wheel drive, has differential locks, portal a tire pressure control and is based on a special chassis to unstoppable off-road performance.

The is based on the latest Mercedes-Benz 4×4, a veteran of 34 years on the scene. The all-wheel drive includes an off-road, low-range in the transfer case and portal a technology which sets the center line above of the wheel hubs to give ground clearance. The tire control system allows the in the 37-inch tires to be adjusted the vehicle is moving.

The chassis is close to that of existing versions, except that the springs and dampers have tuned to accommodate the characteristics of the configuration. The parts list of the model includes a selection of 15 spring rates for the engineers to from. The foremost rear has significantly increased spring and the second axle a softer The front axle is fitted the springs from an armored and the damping is by gas shock absorbers in rallying.

With 34 years of G-Class there were also of parts to choose from building the six-wheeler. Because of no new technology was needed and most of the used are series production The drivetrain includes the 544 bhp AMG biturbo which produces 760 Nm (553 lb ft) The engine transmits the torque to the via an AMG Speedshift Plus 7G-Tronic transmission linked to the front-wheel system from the G 63 AMG. The twin-drivetrain and portal axle has also been used by the military, but this is the first it has appeared on a civilian vehicle.

Drive is transmitted from the rear axle to the second one via a differential. An extra shaft an integrated lock is driven the side of the differential to transmit the rearward and a chain drive is used to transmit torque to the differential. There are a total of 100 percent differential locks by a logic system to provide the traction on all surfaces. The system is electrically, with three in the center console.


The G 63 AMG 6×6 is designed to the toughest terrain − anything desert sand dunes to terrain or rivers, where it has a capability of up to 1,000 mm (compared to 600 mm for the vehicle). Despite weighing tons, it nevertheless has spectacular thanks to the high power and of the AMG-tuned engine. Two of the vehicles been built at the Mercedes-Benz development department, which is the center of competence and is responsible for and series support of the G-Class

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The jury is still out on the Mercedes-Benz G 63 AMG 6×6 will make it to However, indications are that the show vehicle might do that, given the favorable it has been getting. The 544 bhp all-terrain is six-wheel drive, has five locks, portal axles, a pressure control system and is on a special chassis to provide off-road performance.

The vehicle is on the latest Mercedes-Benz G-Class a veteran of 34 years on the off-road The all-wheel drive system an off-road, low-range ratio in the case and portal axles, a which sets the axle line above that of the hubs to give massive clearance. The tire pressure system allows the pressure in the tires to be adjusted while the is moving.

The chassis design is close to of existing production versions, that the helical springs and have been tuned to the characteristics of the three-axle configuration. The list of the standard model a selection of 15 different spring for the engineers to choose from. The rear axle has significantly spring rates and the second a softer one. The front is fitted with the springs an armored vehicle and the damping is by gas absorbers developed in rallying.

34 years of G-Class production, were also plenty of to choose from when the six-wheeler. Because of that, no new was needed and most of the components are series production items. The includes the 544 bhp AMG biturbo engine, produces 760 Nm (553 lb ft) torque. The transmits the torque to the driveline via an AMG Plus 7G-Tronic automatic linked to the front-wheel drive from the G 63 AMG. The rear and portal axle concept has been used before by the but this is the first time it has on a civilian vehicle.

Drive is transmitted from the rear axle to the second one via a differential. An extra shaft an integrated lock is driven the side of the differential to transmit the rearward and a chain drive is used to transmit torque to the differential. There are a total of 100 percent differential locks by a logic system to provide the traction on all surfaces. The system is electrically, with three in the center console.

The G 63 AMG 6×6 is designed to the toughest terrain − anything desert sand dunes to terrain or rivers, where it has a capability of up to 1,000 mm (compared to 600 mm for the vehicle). Despite weighing tons, it nevertheless has spectacular thanks to the high power and of the AMG-tuned engine. Two of the vehicles been built at the Mercedes-Benz development department, which is the center of competence and is responsible for and series support of the G-Class

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© 2013, The Lubrizol Corporation

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