Mercedes-Benz launches the AMG G 63 ‘Grand Edition’ in India for ₹4 crore
Mercedes-Benz India has introduced the latest AMG G 63 Grand Edition, starting at ₹4 crore (ex-showroom). This exclusive variant, limited to just 25 units in India out of a global production of 1000 units, is exclusively available to existing Mercedes-Benz customers who own a Mercedes-Maybach, Mercedes-AMG, or the S-Class.
The new Mercedes-AMG G 63 'Grand Edition' comes in an exclusive matte black colour called Manufaktur night black magno, featuring gold detailing in the Kalahari gold magno shade. The Affalterbach emblem representing the performance brand can be seen on the bonnet in the Kalahari gold magno colour along with the the AMG logo and Mercedes Star. This colour scheme is also carried to other various elements , including the front and rear bumper inlays, front optical underride protection, the Mercedes Star within the spare wheel inlay, and the spare wheel ring. The vehicle is equipped with 22-inch AMG-spec wheels featuring a cross-spoke design, finished in tech gold, complemented by a matte black central locking nut adorned with a tech gold Mercedes star.
The interior of the AMG G 63 ‘Grand Edition’ also showcases the same black and gold elements found on the exterior of the car. Inside the vehicle, you'll notice illuminated "AMG" emblems on the black door sill trims. The seats are upholstered in G Manufaktur black nappa leather with a gold stitching and backrests that feature plaques with a gold AMG logo and gold borders. Even the floor mats follow the black and gold theme with a decorative gold stitching. Nappa leather is also used for the roof grab handles, and the passenger-side handle's inlay boasts carbon with copper thread, along with a "Grand Edition" badge. Other interior trim components are finished in carbon with copper thread and the AMG Performance steering wheel is wrapped in Dinamica microfiber, including a distinctive G 63 plaque on the steering wheel clasp.
The Mercedes-AMG G 63 Grand Edition is powered by a familiar 4.0-liter V8 engine, delivering 577 bhp and 850 Nm. It can accelerate from 0 to 100 kmph in just 4.5 seconds and has a top speed of 220 kmph. The 'Grand Edition' model offers a fixed configuration for its paint, interior, and alloys, with limited customisation options available for customers. Deliveries of the AMG G 63 Grand Edition in India are set to begin in the first quarter of 2024.