Following the reveal of the new Mercedes G-Class earlier this month, the Stuttgart-based brand is now showing off the sporty G-Class AMG Line styling package for its off-roader.
If tough is not enough, you can order the G-Class with the AMG Line pack. Externally, the sporty G-Wagen gets distinctive lightweight 20-inch wheels with a multi-spoke design, boxy wheel arch extensions and perforated brake discs with calipers wearing the “Mercedes-Benz” lettering. Some body parts, such as the bumpers, feature brushed aluminum accents, along with a sports exhaust system and protective strips, which are also made of aluminum. Both the front and rear fascias get a mild redesign thanks to new aprons that give the G-Class a more striking look.
For the interior a flattened bottom multifunction steering wheel is provided in Nappa leather. If you choose upholstery in leather or in designo leather nappa, you get the steering wheel with red contrasting stitching, and the designo safety belts also come in red. Of course, the floor mats in the new G-Class also carry the AMG logo.
Under the hood, the AMG Line G-Class comes with the well-known bi-turbo 4.0-liter V8 that, like the standard model, produces 422 PS with 610 Nm of torque and is mated to a new nine-speed automatic transmission.
Price for the AMG line have not yet been mentioned, but the equipment gives a first look at what the new G 63 will look like.