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2016 MERCEDES-BENZ G65 AMG
FINISHED IN BLACK OVER DESIGNO BLACK NAPPA
BURL WALNUT WOOD TRIM–BURL WALNUT WOOD STEERING WHEEL–STAINLESS STEEL FRONT BRUSH GUARD–DIAMOND STITCHED INTERIOR –PLUS ALL BOOKS, KEYS AND STANDARD EQUIPMENT.
But too much is never enough, right? AMG couldn’t resist stuffing a twin-turbocharged 603-hp V-12 into the thing. And it’s coming to the U.S., where it will be sold alongside the 536-hp G63 AMG, marked up from the G63’s $140K by another $100,000 or so. We drove it extensively on its German home turf; in fact, we took it to the Wagnerian Festival in Bayreuth, where it felt very much at home.
We didn’t think things could get any louder than the boisterous G63 AMG, and that is still true—the G65 AMG doesn’t even try. What the extra $100K does buy is the sophistication that’s missing from the G63, as well as a generous helping of extra performance. The 6.0-liter V-12 fires up like a gunshot but immediately settles down to a smooth and silky idle. Paired with a seven-speed automatic, the engine unspools a massive and endless wave of torque (738 lb-ft). Straight-line performance is all but unmatched despite the G65’s prodigious, 6250-pound curb weight and aerodynamics that rival a Freightliner’s. While the G63 is governed at 130 mph, the G65 carries on to 143, where it impatiently bumps up against its limiter. Accelerative antics are accompanied by an aggressive hiss, as opposed to the G63’s deep rumble.
As much as we love to drive at high speed, that 143-mph limiter is probably a good idea. At that speed, the chassis will put the fear of God into you.