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Mercedes Benz G 63 AMG 6×6 is towed after getting stuck at a beach

Mercedes Benz G 63 AMG 6x6 is towed after getting stuck at a beach

If someone ever told you of a day, when Mercedes Benz G 63 AMG 6×6 needed help as it got stuck on a beach, would you believe it? Not me, especially after watching those videos which were shared by Mercedes Benz, showcasing the prowess of their proud off-roader. But, it seems like Mercedes Benz forgot to share one note, do not take the 6×6 on the beach.

Mercedes Benz G 63 AMG 6x6 is towed after getting stuck at a beachYes. The G 63 AMG 6×6, with all of its 536 hp and 560 lb/ft torque and five differential locks, was not able to get out, after getting stuck at a beach recently. The video you see below was shot by YouTube user Mark Makhoul. He hasnt said much about the video, apart from this – Mercedes G63 6×6 stuck in sand.

We are not sure what the circumstances were, and why this happened. But a G 63 AMG 6×6 getting stuck is really surprising. Not much is revealed as of now.

From the video, one can see that the front left tyre is deflated. Now, we know that this car has an intelligent system, self-inflating & deflating tire system. So, was the tyre deflated on purpose as an attempt to get out of the beach? Or was the deflated tyre the reason for the 6×6 getting stuck? If so, why was it not inflated? Too many questions. Can you share your thoughts in the comments below? But, watch the video first.


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  • Tejendra Mistry

    did u see .. the front tyre was flat … so even with immense power it wont help to move … so please dont spread false news..

    • Dipti Nikhil Kumbhar

      Well that doesn’t bother G63 AMG… It can recover from flat tires on single press of a button… Check out on the web…