The new AMG G 63 conveys driving execution to the portion of unadulterated rough terrain vehicles in surprising structure. It was vital for us to tie in with the first character by virtue of the faction status the G 63 appreciates with our clients and fans. The vehicle has by and by achieved a totally new measurement as far as innovation with the 4.0‑litre V8 biturbo motor and in addition in blend with the rough terrain qualities, the readiness and the vehicle progression accomplished”, clarifies Tobias Moers, CEO of Mercedes‑AMG GmbH. “This applies to the whole G‑C young lady show arrangement. Mercedes-AMG is in charge of their suspension and body improvement and also V8 ability.”
Ended up being capable: the AMG 4.0-liter V8 biturbo motor
The AMG 4.0-liter V8 biturbo motor now additionally replaces the past 5.5-liter V8 biturbo motor in the G 63. It produces 430 kW (585 hp) in this model, and conveys a most extreme torque of 850 Nm. This is accessible over a wide rev extend in the vicinity of 2.500 and 3.500 rpm, and gives a feeling of easy prevalence. It vindicates a dash from zero to 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds. This dynamic execution is kept up to the restricted greatest speed of 220 km/h, or 240 km/h with the AMG Driver’s bundle.
The two turbochargers are not situated outwardly of the barrel banks, however inside the chamber “V”. Focal points: a minimal motor outline, unconstrained reaction of the turbochargers and low fumes outflows because of ideal wind stream to the close motor impetuses. The eight-barrel conveys its energy with strong torque in all motor speed ranges, joined with greatest productivity for low fuel utilization and emanation figures.
Two twin parchment turbochargers are utilized for ideal reaction. The lodging is isolated into two parallel stream channels. Joined with two separate fumes pipes in the ventilation system, this makes it conceivable to control the fumes gases on the turbine wheel independently. The fumes gas from the first and fourth chambers of the barrel bank is bolstered into one conduit, that from the second and third chambers to the next pipe. The point is to keep the individual chambers from having commonly unfavorable impacts on the gas cycle. This diminishes the fumes gas back weight and enhances gas trade. The outcomes are expanded yield by prudence of enhanced chamber accusing of crisp blend, more torque at low revs and quick reaction times.
Other motor highlights incorporate adjusted cylinders, advanced intercooling and broad programming overhauls. Splash guided direct petroleum infusion with piezo injectors, the all-aluminum crankcase, the four-valve per chamber outline with camshaft alteration, air-water intercooling, alternator administration, the ECO begin/stop work and the skimming mode have all been held.
For more efficiency, Mercedes-AMG has equipped the V8 engine in the G 63 with the AMG Cylinder Management cylinder deactivation system. In the partial-load range, cylinders two, three, five and eight are deactivated, which significantly lowers the fuel consumption. The combined fuel consumption is 13.2 l/100 km, and the combined CO2 emissions 299 g/km.
The AMG SPEEDSHIFT TCT 9G transmission is used in the G 63. This has a model-specific software application to achieve very short shift times. The multiple downshift function allows more spontaneous bursts of speed, while the double-declutching function in “Sport” and “Sport Plus” transmission modes makes for an even more emotional driving experience. Defined engine manipulation makes for even faster gear changes.
The standard-specification AMG Performance 4MATIC all-wheel drive features rear-biased torque distribution with a front/rear split of 40 to 60 percent. This configuration ensures greater agility on the road and improved traction during acceleration. In the preceding model the distribution was still a neutral 50:50.
Technical data at a glance
|Mercedes-AMG G 63|
|Engine||4.0-litre V8 with two turbochargers|
|Output||430 kW (585 hp) at 6.000 rpm|
|Peak torque||850 Nm at 2.500-3.500 rpm|
|Drive system||AMG Performance 4MATIC all-wheel drive with rear-biased torque distribution of 40:60|
|Transmission||AMG SPEEDSHIFT TCT 9G|
|Combined fuel consumption||13.2 l/100 km|
|Combined CO2 emissions||299 g/km|
|Weight (DIN/EC)||2485* kg/2560** kg|
|Acceleration 0-100 km/h||4.5 s|
|Top speed||220 km/h*** 240 km/h*** (Driver’s package)|