Mercedes G65 AMG Retires With The Launch Of Final Edition


Only 65 units of the G65 Final Edition will be made. The G-Class is the vehicle with the longest production run in the history of Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes AMG has decided to retire its G65 SUV with the launch of Final Edition. According to the brand, the Mercedes G65 AMG Final Edition reflects the success story of the world’s most powerful production off-roader series. Only 65 units of the vehicle will be produced worldwide with each costing €310,233 in Germany.

The Mercedes G65 AMG Final Edition gets its power from a 6.0 litre, V12 engine that churns out 621 bhp of power and an earth shattering 1,000 Nm of torque. The power is transferred to the wheels via a 7-speed dual clutch automatic transmission system. With all this set up, the new G65 can drift from standstill to 100 kmph in matter of 5.3 seconds and its top speed has been electronically restricted to 230 kmph.


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Coming to the visual highlights, the Mercedes G65 AMG receives matte bronze inserts on the grille surround, mirrors, 21-inch wheels and the underride guard. Besides this, this rugged SUV flaunts AMG sport trim stripes on the side panels. The G65 Final Edition further gets high gloss black exterior protective strips and silver coloured brake callipers to offer a premium touch. The matte black finished tail pipes along with similar shade running boards lend an upmarket and elegant visual to the new G65.

On the interior as well, Mercedes has given a premium treatment to the G65 Final Edition. The cabin get designo black nappa leather that has been coupled to topstitching. The company has also included carbon fibre elements to offer a more lavish kind of a look. The grab handle on the new G65 Final Edition get ‘Edition’ lettering and the floor mats have also been given leather edges.


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In case, you wish to opt for the Mercedes G65 AMG Final Edition in India, it will set you back by a whopping Rs. 2.38 crore. The car will be manufactured at the brand’s production facility in Graz, Austria.