Japan gets a special Mercedes G63 50th Anniversary edition
Mercedes Japan has another exclusive special edition for customers in the country by launching the Mercedes-AMG G63 50th Anniversary Edition there that celebrates AMG’s time in business.
The limited run of 50 units feature an exterior in Mauritius Blue metallic paint that looks brilliant on the G63. For contrast, the bumpers, roof, fenders, mirrors, and side trim come in gloss black. A set of 20-inch AMG five-spoke wheels matches the dark look.
Inside, Mercedes covers the interior with its high-end Designo leather with diamond stitching, and 50th Anniversary Edition is available in four two-tone shades. The company will build 24 units with Porcelain white, 15 in black, 6 in Mocha Brown, and 5 in Saddle Brown. Three of them will also include black leather for a two-tone look. An AMG Carbon Fiber trim package will also lend a sporty aesthetic.
Mercedes leaves the G63 alone for this special edition. Power comes from a 5.5-liter biturbo V8 that produces 563 horsepower (420 kilowatts) and 561 pound-feet (761 Newton-meters). The output routes through a seven-speed automatic gearbox. It gets the SUV from rest to 100km/h in just 5.3 seconds and an electronically limited top speed of 209km/h. The G63 50th Anniversary Edition will sell for 22.2 million yen after Japan’s consumption tax.