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Mercedes-Benz AMG G65 Final Edition

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Oct 23, 2017

Category: Rides

For Mercedes-AMG, it’s out with the old and in with the new, but not before ending an era with a vengeance. In this instance, it’s the final Mercedes-AMG G65 – slated to soon be replaced by their new line of G-series vehicles. The release serves as a final farewell to the iconic G-Wagon and there’s no doubt it’ll surely be missed.

So, to go out in style so-to-speak, Mercedes-AMG made the Final Edition their most lavish yet. It comes complete with handsome 21-inch light alloy wheels in bronze – a theme present throughout the vehicle made evident by the underride guard, trim elements on the bumper, and the external mirrors. Also, the G-Wagon’s interior is outfitted with designo black nappa leather with side seat bolsters in carbon fiber along with carbon fiber and bronze trim throughout. Not to worry, however, for its powerful AMG 6.0L V12 Biturbo engine still lies under the hood – with enough juice for a 0-60 time of five seconds, a top speed of 140 mph, and 630 horses at your disposal. The Final Edition is limited to only 65 examples worldwide with a price tag of $365,000 each.

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