Mercedes-Benz recently revealed the G63 AMG 6×6, the car to make all other cars feel inadequate.

Designed to be a luxury SUV for those who want to go anywhere and everywhere in style, the G63 features a 5.5-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 at 536-hp. What makes it into a class of its own is the tire control system for its six 37-inch wheels. That’s right, six.

It is more than suitable for a variety of rough terrain and according to the manufacturer, is “the last word in forward thrusting power for off the beaten track.” According to Yahoo! Autos, additional features include interior-controlled inflatable tires, white leather seats, and immense climbing power at a 52-degree approach.

Pricing for the G63 has not yet been announced, but expect it to carry with it a hefty price tag. In the meanwhile, take a gander at the vehicle below:

httpv://youtu.be/F5QPHPritTk

Image screenshot of video by Autobild on youtube

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7 thoughts on “Video: Mercedes-Benz’s New Six-wheel Beast

  1. Yep after killing the hummer everybody is going to bow to an even worst gaz guzzler but oh yay it is imported so we have to admire.

    1. Those who can afford it, and who want it, should buy it. That’s what liberty is all about: doing what you can and want to do (providing it harms no one else), without worrying about nannies, old ladies, and other busybodies telling them what they ought to, or ought not, do.

      Mr. O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

  2. BadBoy Brother to the AMG G55, which was around 100 Gs a few years ago.

    This one will be affordable only by those who won’t appreciate it: drug dealers and pimps and politicians with OPM.

  3. I remember similar but bigger vehicles when I was in the army in the ’60s. I believe we called them duce-and-a-half and 5 ton trucks. I rode one from Da Nang (RVN) to Phu Bai hauling supplies. Usually I commanded an M113 APC, riding behind the Browning .50. Ah, memories of an old soldier!

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