A The Mercedes GL 63 AMG is driven like almost all other 63 AMG models also from the new 5.5-liter biturbo V8, which in addition to 557 hp also provides a maximum torque of 760 Nm. Power is transmitted to all four permanently driven wheels by a seven-speed sports automatic with three drive programs.
Mercedes GL 63 AMG is allowed to go 250 km /h run fast
This should accelerate the Mercedes GL 63 AMG from zero to 100 km /h in 4.9 seconds and reach a top speed of a regulated 250 km /h. Mercedes specifies the average consumption as 12.3 liters (CO2: 288 g /km). A start-stop system helps to save fuel as standard.
For optimized road holding, the Mercedes GL 63 AMG relies on a ride control sports suspension with roll stabilization, air suspension and adaptive dampers. 21-inch alloy wheels with 295/40 tires maintain contact with the road. If necessary, a high-performance brake system with 390 discs at the front and 345 discs on the rear axle can hold up against the V8.
Mercedes GL 63 AMG in wide-body look
In order to pass through as AMG Mercedes GL 63 AMG a redesigned front apron, black radiator fins, a new rear apron with integrated, chrome-plated twin tailpipes, running boards in aluminum look and fender flares that allow the GL to grow by 22 millimeters on each side.
In the interior generously wide in leather in the GL 63 AMG. The driver and front passenger sit on electrically adjustable sports seats. Behind the leather sports steering wheel with paddle shifters lurks the instrument cluster with four round instruments in AMG look. Other AMG features include floor mats, stainless steel door sills and sports pedals. The new Mercedes GL 63 AMG will go on sale in November 2012. Prices for the potent seven-seater have not yet been announced.