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Mercedes-AMG G 65 Final Edition is the last goodbye

Mercedes-AMG G 65 Final Edition commemorates the discontinuation of the vehicle. Limited to just 65 vehicles worldwide, Final Edition is powered by an AMG 6.0-litre V12 engine that accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 5.3 seconds.

With an electronically limited top speed of 230 km/h, the legacy upholds its AMG heritage. With a third of all G?Class vehicles sold originating from AMG, Mercedes-AMG G 65 Final Edition will retail at a starting price of 310,233 euros.

The engine generates 463 kW (630 hp) of power, and max torque of 1000 Nm at 2300-4300 rpm. Twin turbochargers and a multi-spark ignition with twelve twin-spark ignition units complement the engine management system. The engine sits encased in a carbon-fibre/aluminium engine cover.

AMG Speedshift Plus 7g?Tronic automatic transmission transfers power to all four wheels. Off road characteristics are rounded with optimum ground clearance and long suspension. Mercedes-AMG G 65 Final Edition runs on 21?inch 5?twin-spoke light-alloy wheels in bronze, with silver brake calipers, and AMG Sport trim strips on the sides.

Exterior: Matte bronze underride guard, bumper trims, wheels exterior mirrors, and a spare wheel cover in obsidian black with custom inserts complete the package. The colour theme continues onto a black mesh screen radiator grille encased in a matte bronze casing. Running boards and tailpipes are finished in matte black. Exterior protective strip inserts are finished in high-gloss black.

Interior: Designo black nappa leather upholstery with carbon-fibre seat side bolsters in light brown topstitching. Grab handles and floor mats are a combination of light brown leather, black topstitching, and carbon-fibre trims. The nappa leather AMG Performance steering wheel has a flattened bottom section for a comfort grip. The Seat Comfort package includes multicontour seats and climatised seats for front row passengers.

Mercedes-AMG G 65 Final Edition capability: Up to 80 percent slope climbing ability depending on surface. Maximum fording depth of 60 cm to drive through water and mud. Offroading capability: Driving at angles of 28°. Approach/departure angle of 27°. Breakover angle: 22°.

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