Rohit Shetty’s Mercedes AMG G63, also known as the G-Wagon, was recently spotted outside the T-Series office. Bol Bachchan, Simmba, and the Singham series are some of the great action classics that Rohit has produced. He uses vehicle explosions in his signature action sequences to astonish the audience. He was there for Ganpati Darshan at the T-Series office.
He is seen posing in front of the posh SUV in the picture. The G-Wagon is one of those exceptional products that combines extreme off-roading prowess with the highest level of luxury and high-end features. It has a sizable chrome grille up front with the German luxury carmaker’s tri-arrow logo, signature round LED headlamps on either side, and retro LED turn indicators mounted on the edge of the bonnet. The fascial features are completed by a sturdy bumper and a front that is fairly square.
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The G-Wagon lacks any distinctive creases on its sides, giving it a butch appearance instead. To improve the ingress and egress capabilities of the large SUV, there are enormous alloy wheels and side steps. It is from this point that its 2,890 mm wheelbase is realised. The spare tyres mounted on the boot door, the boxy silhouette, and the diminutive LED taillamps are all part of the retro-styled rear end. Overall, the SUV has a commanding presence on the road due to its sheer size.
In its AMG G63 4MATIC configuration, the Mercedes-Benz G-Class has a massive 4.0-liter V8 turbo-petrol engine that produces a staggering 585 horsepower and 850 Nm of peak torque. Due to this, the SUV can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.5 seconds despite weighing 2.5 tonnes. A 9-speed automatic gearbox is paired with this potent engine. This monster SUV has a 220 km/h top speed. The G-Wagon starts at Rs 1.77 crore in India, while the top-of-the-line AMG G63 4MATIC costs more than Rs 2.65 crore, ex-showroom.