Automakers(and just about any other salesperson) depends on catchy and captivating superlatives to hook you to the product. That is alright. After all human mind is best impressed when excited.
Some products can be different or work hard to achieve the status of the superlatives that describe them. Take, for instance, the Mercedes Benz G-series, which the company describes as a car that boasts of “authentic design born of genuine capability, an unwavering sense of adventure, and a timelessly modern shape that’s ready for what’s next.”
This is not mere salesmanship but a true and befitting description of a machine that stands out like a sore thumb.
The Mercedes G-class has a solid history. It came to the scene in 1979 and ever since, it hasn’t bowed to pressure.
It still reigns as Mercedes’ longest-serving model. Without a set date for end-of-production, this car will certainly do its road magic for quite a long time.
The G63 and G65 models share some similarities, especially in looks but have some fundamental differences. Whereas the G63, boasts a twin-turbo 5.5-liter V-8 that produces 563 hp, the G65 makes it sound like toy power.
It (G65) holds a twin-turbo 6.0-liter V-12 delivering a massive 621 hp. With all this power, this epic SUV is able to rise all the way to 100 kph (60 mph) in just 5.1 seconds.
You will enjoy a nine-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters mounted on steering wheel. That means the old seven-speed gearbox is gone.
Over the years, this off-roader has looked and even performed like a superstar. With the newly attached enhancements, it will be redefining performance in its class.
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